The Orasana® Optimum Oral Health Package is an all natural, vegan oral health and wellness product that contains a bamboo brush, WaterJet and chewable probiotics. These three steps will help you to achieve a white smile and a healthy mouth for years to come! The at-home dental health care system helps to nourish the mouth and the overall body allowing you to achieve holistic health. All products are certified vegan, gluten free and are non GMO products!
• The Orasana® WaterJet is an alternative to flossing and is portable for those who travel often. Many people find it a chore to floss but, a lack of flossing causes inflammation which results in gum recession and periodontal disease. This inflammation can have major health affects your body! Studies show that WaterJets help reduce 99.9% of plaque, decreasing inflammation up to 80% in as little as two weeks.
• Orasana® Chewable Probiotics taken on a regular basis has been shown to promote healthy teeth, gums, throat & sinuses, helps to keep cavities away, and helps to reduce bad breath. The scientifically studiedbeneficial bacteria strains in the Orasana® Chewable Probiotics support immune health, respiratory heath, digestion, and even help to reduce ear infections in small children.
Gum tissue supports your teeth and jawbone while creating a barrier against bacteria. When plaque is left to accumulate on your teeth, it hardens into tartar and releases bacterial toxins that irritate gum tissue, which can cause an oral infection. In advanced stages of gum disease, oral bacteria can infiltrate the bloodstream, leading to systemic infections. Advanced periodontitis is associated with worsening symptoms in people with diabetes, respiratory disease, and heart disease and research suggests it significantly raises the risk of kidney, pancreatic, and blood cancers in men.
A recent large study by National Institute of Health researchers suggests the most common bacteria responsible for gum disease is also associated with the development of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. The analysis revealed that older adults with signs of gum disease and mouth infections at baseline were more likely to develop Alzheimer’s during the study period, likely due to Porphyromonas gingivalis. The bacteria can migrate from the mouth to the brain, releasing enzymes called gingipains that can destroy nerve cells, thereby leading to memory loss and eventually Alzheimer’s.
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