NEW YORK — How do you get rid of the stuff that makes your mouth feel like a smelly, smelly mess?
That’s the question being asked in a new video series by the National Center for Oral Health and the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research.
The series, titled “No Dental Pain without Cleaning,” aims to highlight the role that the mouth plays in preventing dental problems, such as plaque buildup, cavities and gum disease.
The goal of the video series is to inspire people to get their oral health in order.
In the first video, Dr. David S. Johnson of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy explains how to properly clean the mouth and other parts of the body without using a chemical.
The videos follow the same general themes of preventive health care, helping people avoid unnecessary stress and to prevent unnecessary dental treatments, Johnson said.
He explains that it’s very important to get the mouth clean every day.
If you have a history of dental problems such as gum disease, it’s important to treat the oral health problem and to not go overboard, he said.
If the dentist doesn’t know how to do that, the dentist can cause problems for other people and could even lead to the development of a new disease.
Johnson also says that while dental hygiene is not as important as other preventive health measures, it can be extremely important for people to understand how their mouth works.
It can help them to understand their mouth, how it’s connected to their body and the different systems in it, he added.
If you think you’re not healthy, or you feel like you have some kind of problem, then you can look into what your mouth is doing and get help.
Johnson also said that the idea of going to a dentist for a checkup, brushing your teeth and changing the toothbrush can all be important steps. “
If you can see how it looks in the mirror, you can figure out if you have gum disease.”
Johnson also said that the idea of going to a dentist for a checkup, brushing your teeth and changing the toothbrush can all be important steps.
If your teeth aren’t functioning well, the teeth can actually look bad and could have a detrimental effect on your oral health, he explained.
And if you can’t get your dental checkup and your oral hygiene changes to be effective, then your mouth may be doing something else wrong, Johnson added.
But the videos do not just focus on preventing cavities, Johnson stressed.
They also discuss ways to protect against other dental problems including tooth decay and gum infections.
The first video shows Johnson talking about dental care and dental hygiene and how to make sure you are getting the best care possible.
He also explains how the different parts of your body work together to help keep your teeth healthy.
This is not just a prevention video, Johnson also discusses what to do if you feel depressed, suicidal, have suicidal thoughts, or if you are in a relationship with someone who has a history or is planning to commit suicide.
He says these are all mental health issues that you should talk to your doctor about and talk to a mental health professional about.
If you or someone you know needs help, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
SOURCE National Center, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, National Institute for Dental & Craniofingacial Research, National Center on Mental Illness, Preventive Care