Nutrient Deficiencies and Oral Health

Everyone knows that diet plays a crucial role in our health, but diet is also extremely important for our oral health. Of course foods that you eat such as sugar can immediately impact your teeth; however, vitamins, nutrients, and minerals that we consume both from foods and from supplements have a larger role to play in our oral health and can keep our mouths healthy. Learn more from Dr. Genevieve Borders. Read the full article here: NUTRIENT DEFICIENCIES AND ORAL HEALTH

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