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Oral Health Month: give your mouth a make over


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Recent research reveals that looking after your oral health can help improve your general health healthier. The research has drawn links between gum disease and serious health conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, strokes and pre-term low-birth-weight babies.

And there are other disadvantages too – if you’re dating or even going for an interview, bad breath and dodgy plaque build up aren’t going to do you any favours.

The best way to have sparkling pearly whites and fresh breath is to take some simple steps towards better oral health – a twice daily brush isn’t going to do everything and if you’re like us you’ll prefer to take some preventative measures to avoid the dentist’s chair.

With September being Oral Health month leading oral health specialist Molar has put together the following tips and advice to help you brush up on your daily dental routine and optimize your dental health (and your successful dating odds too!)


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