A weekly podcast explaining how what's in your mouth holds the key to your overall wellness.
Hate to floss? Here are some alternatives
More than half of Americans don’t floss regularly, and 20 percent don’t floss at all. If you’re one of those people who don’t have the time or just don’t want to do it, Dr. Chuck and Suzanne offer some alternatives to flossing that are easier and work just as well or even better.
Why this message and these shows are so important
People are literally dying from diseases caused by mouth infections. That's why Dr. Chuck and Suzanne are so passionate about oral health. Help us spread the message that what happens in your mouth affects the rest of your body.
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57 different diseases found to be associated with oral bacteria
Evidence is mounting that having a healthy mouth is a key to having a healthy body. In this episode, Dr. Chuck and Suzanne discuss a recent article that points to 57 different diseases associated with oral bacteria, including heart disease, stroke, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, pregnancy complications and dozens of others.
October is National Dental Hygiene Month
October is National Dental Hygiene Month, an effort to celebrate the work dental hygienists do and to help raise awareness on the importance of good oral health. In this episode, Dr. Chuck and Suzanne spotlight the important role dental hygienists play on the front line of the health care industry.
What you need to know about your tongue
When it comes to your mouth, the teeth and gums get most of the attention. But don't forget about the tongue! In this episode, Dr. Chuck and Suzanne talk about the tongue -- why it's important and the role it plays in your overall health.
Think your mouth isn’t important to your health? Think again!
In this episode, Dr. Chuck previews the theme of his upcoming TED Talk: “Think Again.” Think your mouth is only important for eating, talking and smiling? Think again! Think everything is fine because it doesn’t hurt? Think again!