In case you missed it, here is Jonathan's WellBeing Tip for Good Dental Hygiene:
"Poor oral health doesn’t just cause problems inside the mouth. A smile is hugely important to our personalities, self-confidence, relationships and success.
"General health is also at risk too as studies continue to associate poor oral health to serious health problems such as diabetes, heart disease, strokes, pneumonia, premature babies and other major conditions.
"With a good oral health routine, most of these conditions are preventable; so:
• Brush your teeth for 2 minutes twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste and change your toothbrush regularly
• Cut down on sugary foods and drinks
• Visit your dentist and hygienist regularly, as often as they recommend"
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