Oral health is a process or activity that protect the oral cavity against diseases by regular brushing of the teeth and cleaning between the teeth.
Most of the cases of gingivitis are associated with poor hygiene, particularly in people who smoke.
Gingivitis can be reversed by following a good oral health habit, including brushing at least twice a day, flossing daily and getting regular dental checkups.
Most common symptoms of gingivitis including swollen gums with dusky red or dark red color and bleeding easily when brush or floss, particularly breath-breath.
According to the statistics provided by the CDC, smoking is an important cause of severe gum disease in the US.
On finding a potential compound for the treatment of oral disease, researchers examined the effect of cranberry extracts on oral health, including dental caries and protection against periodontitis.
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(1) Potential oral health benefits of cranberry by Bodet C1, Grenier D, Chandad F, Ofek I, Steinberg D, Weiss EI. (PubMed)
(2) Characterization of non-dialyzable constituents from cranberry juice that inhibit adhesion, co-aggregation and biofilm formation by oral bacteria by Neto CC1, Penndorf KA, Feldman M, Meron-Sudai S, Zakay-Rones Z, Steinberg D, Fridman M, Kashman Y, Ginsburg I, Ofek I, Weiss E. (PubMed)
(3) Systemic Diseases Caused by Oral Infection by Xiaojing Li,1,* Kristin M. Kolltveit,1 Leif Tronstad,2 and Ingar Olsen. (PMC)