Oral Health and Skin Care

The mouth may be a portal for an individual's general health. Poor dental health can lead to a variety of health and skin issues, including obstinate acne, skin blemishes, and pimples. Bacteria can accumulate in the mouth and then enter the circulation, resulting in infection, inflammation, and illness. In this instance, facial breakouts, inflammation, and rashes are not excluded; even the best skincare program might result in skin problems if your dental health is bad. Gum disease or abscessed teeth can cause facial skin irritation and rashes. A person with gum disease or abscessed teeth generally has a lot of dangerous bacteria in their mouth, which can irritate and cause face rashes, breakouts, and even psoriasis because of the inflammation.

Highlights:

Periodontitis
Dermatitis/eczema
Pemphigoid and Pemphigus
Psoriasis
Lichen planus
Aphthous stomatitis

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