I get asked this question a lot.
I know I’m a bit of a germophobe.
I’m obsessed with keeping my mouth clean, but what about the bacteria?
The truth is, I’m just not really a fan of using mouthwash on my face.
Sure, I can get a little bit of the nasty stuff out of it, but there’s nothing in it that’s going to kill me.
That being said, I’ve noticed that the bacteria in my mouth has grown quite a bit since I got rid of my first mouthwash bottle.
And while I like to think I’m always looking out for the health of my mouth, I am constantly amazed at how much my mouth is becoming a source of germs.
The truth, as you’ll see below, is that I’m not the only one.
There are hundreds of millions of us out there who are living with bacterial infections on our mouths, and some of the most common ones are viruses.
What makes them different from others?
First of all, viruses don’t have to infect your whole body.
They don’t even have to get into your bloodstream.
That means they’re not going to do any harm to you.
The viruses that cause mouth cancer are usually very small.
They can survive in the mouth for weeks, even months, before they cause any symptoms.
That’s because viruses can only live for about 24 hours.
That allows them to get the chance to replicate and infect your body.
For the most part, these small viruses are harmless.
The ones that cause a lot of problems are very dangerous.
When you bite into a virus, you’re giving the virus a taste.
That stimulates the immune system to make a reaction that turns the virus into a pathogen.
The virus then makes a more dangerous form of the virus.
This new form of virus can cause cancer in a person’s mouth.
Viruses can also pass through your bloodstream and enter your cells.
That can lead to an infection and eventually to cancer.
The most common form of mouth cancer in the United States is oral mucosa.
This type of cancer is caused by the viruses that infect saliva.
Most people don’t know this, but many of these viruses are known to cause oral cancer in laboratory animals.
The problem with oral cancer is that many people are afraid to get tested for them because it’s not a huge concern.
And this is because the viruses are small.
The human body has a maximum size of about 5 to 7 million cells.
But, even small, harmless viruses can grow up to 100 times larger in the human body.
That makes them a lot more dangerous.
The cells that are the main target of these oral cancers are called epithelial cells.
These are the cells that make up your oral mucus.
They’re usually located on the tongue, cheeks, gums, or inside your teeth.
Because of this, they can spread from person to person.
And, as with many cancers, the virus that causes oral cancer has an amazing ability to evade most types of drugs and surgery.
For example, the human papillomavirus (HPV) has a very high affinity for the epithelial cell cells that produce saliva, which makes it very easy to spread the virus to people.
It can even be injected.
These epithelial cancer cells can spread to the blood stream.
So when a person is infected with the virus, the epithelium can be injected into the bloodstream.
When the virus is injected into blood cells, the cells are able to destroy the epithets and allow the virus in.
This causes the virus-infected blood to become a reservoir for the virus and the epithet-producing cells.
This can lead the virus through the blood and into the lymph nodes and the brain, where it can then cause cancer.
This is why people are very concerned when they see doctors with the word “HPV” on their records.
It’s not only dangerous to have a cancer diagnosis on their record, but it can also put you at risk of spreading it to others.
So, if you think you might have a virus on your record, talk to your doctor about getting tested.
The good news is that most oral cancers can be treated effectively with oral rehydration therapy (ORD).
This is an anti-inflammatory medication that’s used to help slow the growth of cancerous cells in the body.
The medications can be given over a long period of time to help your body fight off the cancerous growths.
This treatment can help reduce inflammation and can help prevent the growths from spreading.
Oral rehydment therapy can be helpful for some people, but, for some, it can make the disease worse.
That is, if the patient is experiencing a lot or any of the following side effects: vomiting or diarrhea