Wednesday, 10 August 2011

Women more likely to become pregnant to keep their teeth clean

Women keep their teeth clean and easier to conceive, according to the British "Daily Mail" reported on July 5, the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology annual meeting that a new study found that women regularly brushing and flossing, can two months earlier successful pregnancy.

Periodontal disease by oral bacteria (everyone has) lead to oral inflammation or infection around the teeth. This is easily the circulatory system causing damage to other parts of the body. Researchers at the University of Western Australia on 3500 pregnant women for follow-up survey. Topics covered include: how to prepare for the pregnancy and how successful pregnancy. The results found that the success of dental that pregnant women need more than seven months time, while maintaining the oral health of pregnant women have been only 5 months. The study also Dental Tips confirmed that "age, weight and smoking habits will affect women's chances of pregnancy," the conclusions of earlier studies.

New head of research Professor Roger Hart said, so far, no study explored the chances of pregnancy affect women's dental association studies. The study derived from "two months earlier to maintain oral hygiene can be a successful pregnancy," the results indicate that dental affect the pregnancy is a major risk factor. And this factor can be controlled, the new findings may help more women to increase the chances of pregnancy.

The researchers also said that a number of studies also found that dental problems are associated with miscarriage and premature birth, and increases heart disease, type 2 diabetes, respiratory disease and kidney disease risk. Therefore, to develop regular brushing habits, maintaining good oral hygiene, with a variety of health benefits.

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