Crooked Teeth May be Bad for YOUR Heart and Lungs

Most people have at least one or two teeth that are out of optimum alignment, and many of us have lots of crooked or crowded teeth. Overlapping teeth are more difficult to clean, especially as dexterity and eyesight diminish with age, so plaque and bacteria can build up in hard-to-reach crevices of the mouth, potentially leading to gum disease. [Find out what heart and lung disease have to do with crooked teeth by tuning into ‘The Dr. Bob Martin Show’]

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