I love the title of this book! If you are a follower of my blog for any amount of time, you know that I talk about oral health. Oral health impacts your entire health, so taking care of your teeth as a baby, child, adult, and even while expecting is vital. It’s important to think about this during the busy holiday season when we are all consuming more sugar than normal. Still, it’s also just as important every day – your oral health doesn’t take a back seat on a typical Monday compared to seasons like Halloween or Christmas when we consume more sugar than normal. It’s important every day – at every age.
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If Your Mouth Could Talk talks about how your mouth and oral health is the gateway to your body and is the most critical organ for improving your health. Everything in the human life cycle is related to the mouth: fertility, childbirth, sleeping soundly, success in school, finding a mate, getting a job, psychological well-being, avoiding chronic or systemic disease, and aging well. Your mouth is a window into the health of your body as a whole; from its microbiome to its structure, it impacts your physical and mental wellness in countless ways. This book is a guide-book on how your oral health starts as a baby and continues. It’s important to understand how taking care of your teeth at every age is important for your overall health – it’s not optional. Beyond brushing your teeth, things like thumb-sucking and pacifier use affects teeth. I love how this book goes into detail on the how and why oral health impacts your overall health and what you should and can do about it.If Your Mouth Could Talk is the result of over 20 years of firsthand experience and research by renowned orthodontist and dentofacial orthopedist, Dr. Kami Hoss. In this groundbreaking work, Dr. Hoss connects the dots between oral health and whole-body health, offering a roadmap to a longer, more successful future for you and your family.