There are more people jogging on the streets than there were thirty years ago. These are all people who understand how exercise can help boost their overall health. It is a great place to begin if you are into prevention more than curing illnesses. Most people however do not know that exercise can help you with oral health too. You get actual full body coverage when you engage some parts in exercise. This includes going to the gym and working out from home.
When you exercise and engage face muscles, then you are giving your dental formula and jaw a stretch too. This can help stretch out the muscles that hold your entire jaw. This might be simple, but it helps deal with jaw locking and lying slightly outside the joint socket. It is also helpful when you turn your neck from side to side and open your mouth to breathe. This helps open the airway and allows stretching of muscles that are around and inside the mouth.
There is a lot of research that has been conducted on this subject. A lot of people do not understand that exercise can help prevent periodontal disease. This is extreme gum disease that begins with the inflammation of gums. The plaque accumulating around teeth causes the pulling away of teeth from the gum and digs up some pockets that collect pus.
This can cause more harm to the parts that form the tooth. It is important to eat healthy foods and brush your teeth at least twice and floss once a day. It is also important to stick to a routine that allows you to keep fit. Call us today to get more information on how to boost your oral health through exercise.
At El Paso Modern Dentistry, we are dedicated to proving our patients and families, personalized and quality dental care using latest technologies. Your smile is very important to us.
A graduate from the University of Iowa, Dr. Darancou has extensive skill and experience in CEREC same day crows and is certified in pediatric sedation. He is a Fellow with the International Dental Implant Association, a member of the American Dental Association (ADA), Texas Dental Association (TDA), the El Paso Dental Society, and a member of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, Foundation of Bioesthetic Dentistry (OBI), making him very qualified in the cause of worn teeth, TMJ and Dental Implants.
His goal is to ensure all patients maintain optimal oral health and beautiful smiles for life.