Many people are unaware of the fact that heart and respiratory issues are caused by poor dental health. This fact might sound surprising, but it is true. People lack awareness about oral health and how it is essential for good overall health in the long run.
Dr. Kami Hoss is spreading awareness about good dental care
Dr. Kami Hoss is a respected expert in the field of dental and oral care in the USA. He is a DDS, MS, and has completed his Master’s in craniofacial biology. He holds a Doctorate degree in dental surgery and, along with his wife, founded and established The Super Dentists 20 years ago. His clinic, with more than 180 qualified and proactive professionals in San Diego, serves over 125,000 active patients in the region. It is the largest orthodontic and pediatric dentistry practice in the area, known for its quality and superior patient care.
He has more than 25 years in the dental care industry. Today, he is the Head of Acceledontics and Howard Healthcare Academy. He has been an associate professor with The University of Southern California in the Orthodontics Department. At the UCLA School of Dentistry, he is a member of the Board. He also is an active member of several notable associations like The World Federation of Orthodontists, American Pistachio Growers, and others.
Educating people on the importance of good oral health
In order to spread awareness of the importance of good oral health, he recently launched his book, “If Your Mouth Could Talk,” in May, which was the National Dental Care Month. He discusses how good dental care and oral health can keep the body’s specific heart and respiratory diseases at bay.
People should take time to brush and floss their teeth. In its absence, mouth bacteria accumulate and seep into the body gradually. Endocarditis is a condition that refers to an infection involving the inner lining of your heart valves or chambers. This infection takes place when mouth bacteria spread into the bloodstream and get attached to your heart. Dr. Hoss also examines the research indicating how clogged arteries are liked to inflammation and infections due to oral bacteria.
Periodontal disease also gives rise to stroke, heart disease, and diabetes. You should visit your dentist regularly to get regular check-ups and address dental issues at the earliest. He points out that specific oral bacteria can be pulled into your lungs to give rise to respiratory diseases in the body. This sounds scary, and people do not even know that oral health can impact respiratory health.
Dr. Kami Hoss takes the onus of spreading awareness with his book about how oral health care can keep the serious heart and respiratory diseases away. Simple and daily dental care habits like regular brushing with good toothpaste and flossing teeth after a meal can keep mouth bacteria in check and give you perfect overall health. Visit your dentist for a regular check-up to correct small problems before they become major ones to affect your health.