Beyond brushing: Easy ways to protect your teeth — and your health
from USA Weekend
You know the drill: Brush at least twice a day with soft bristles, don't forget to floss, and visit your dentist regularly for cleanings and exams. Good oral hygiene not only keeps your smile pearly white and gums in good shape, but it could help the rest of you stay healthy, too: Research shows cardiovascular disease, diabetes and osteoporosis, among other conditions, may be linked to oral health. The following are more tips to protect your teeth, based on the latest research.
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