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Heart disease: The lesser-known warning signs found in your mouth according to expert

Keeping your teeth healthy during lockdown is crucial but what’s also equally important is spotting any danger signs in the mouth warning of other health issues. Striving to maintain your normal daily routines during difficult times can be quite challenging. While that may be the case, you must still keep on looking after your teeth to retain good health, especially to reduce your risk of teeth problems. Dr Richard Marques, Richard London spoke exclusively with Express.co.uk to offer his top tips and signs to look out for in the mouth warning of potential .

Over the years, many studies have found people with gum disease are more likely to also have poor heart health, including heart attacks.

When it comes to gum disease and the perceived health risks, Dr Marques warned: “If left untreated, gum disease (or periodontitis) can increase the risk of all sorts of health conditions including heart disease, stroke, diabetes and even dementia.

“This is once again due to harmful mouth bacteria or the infection in the gum entering the bloodstream and affecting the body.”

“Book in to see a dentist as soon as possible if you are having any serious problems,” said Dr Marques.

“Using a mouthwash such as Corsodyl (containing chlorhexidine) can help.

“At home, rinsing warm salt water will help flush out bacteria until you can see your dentist or gum specialist.”

Source: Daily Express

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