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Could getting your teeth cleaned regularly prevent Alzheimer’s disease? There are, of course, no guarantees, but there has been significant research concluding that healthy gums means less inflammation in the body, which in turn lowers our chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Therefore, it does seem wise to consider good oral hygiene part of your healthy lifestyle.

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