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How our oral health affects our overall health

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We've talked about how important good oral health is before.

Everyone knows maintaining good oral health starts with regular brushing. But what many people forget (or just don't know) is that good oral health starts with a clean toothbrush that isn't worn out. 

That's why we automate toothbrush replacement. You're busy and remembering when you bought your toothbrush is a near impossible task in today's frantic world of email, social and oh yeah—life.

The following infographic is a pretty simple depiction of the direct correlation between oral hygiene and your overall health.

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The Health Connection Between Your Mouth & BodyThe Health Connection Between Your Mouth & Body was created by Grove Dental Associates

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