Having your teeth cleaned regularly can provide you more than a confident and nice smile. It can give you oral health…
Study shows professional teeth cleaning is linked to lower risk of heart attack and stroke. In a large study, people who had their teeth professionally scaled at least once every two years were 24% less likely to have a heart attack, compared with those who skipped the hygienist. Scaling cleans between the gums and the teeth. And their risk of stroke dropped by 13%, says study researcher Zu-Yin Chen, MD, a cardiology fellow at the Veterans General Hospital in Taipei, Taiwan.
“Something as simple as having good dental hygiene – brushing, flossing, and having regular cleanings – may be good for your heart and brain health,” says Ralph Sacco, MD, head of neurology at the University of Miami. A number of studies have linked chronic inflammation to hardening of the arteries, which can lead to heart attacks and stroke, he says.
Cleaning your teeth gets rid of bacteria in the mouth that can lead to chronic infection and inflammation, which can then spread to other parts of the body. Beside, with a regular teeth cleaning we can help you to prevent and detect early dental issues, to prevent bad breath, to prevent gum disease, caries and other possible subjects.