Brushing your teeth should be done every day. Today, however, a majority of French people don’t brush their teeth as often as they should. This can lead to serious consequences.

Brushing our teeth can be a tedious task that many of us do not practice enough. It takes time, and we don’t know what the consequences could be.

Oral hygiene has to be perfect! !

As we all know, bad breath and cavities are caused by not brushing teeth. This is the general consensus. But Jean-Marc Dersot a dentist, warns of even more serious consequences.

There is a danger in not brushing your teeth

There is a risk of a heart attack

To avoid heart disease it is essential to brush your teeth each day. If this is not done correctly, bacteria can get into the bloodstream and enter organs like your heartDr Jean Marc Dersot is a dentist.

Joint suffering

Dr. Jean Marc Dersot says that bacteria in the mouth can cause real joint pain, to the point of rendering the person disabled.

Give birth prematurely

If the daily brushing of teeth is stopped, the bacteria from the mouth may find shelter in the placenta. At the beginning of , it is very important to consult a dental professional.

Diabetes: High blood sugar levels can be dangerous

Bakteries in the mouth can cause damage to the tissues which support the teeth. This is periodontal illness. These bacteria can also attach to other organs and become infected. For diabetes, they are less responsive to infections, scarring. ” Periodontal Disease complicates management of blood sugar levels for diabetics

Bacterial plaque

Bacterial plaque, a soft substance that builds up between your teeth is called bacteria. Although it’s normal for this type of plaque to exist, it can build up and cause serious complications. We can get rid of this plaque by simply brushing our teeth each day. However, tartar is only a problem if it hasn’t stopped building up.


This is a serious gum infection that damages the soft tissue and causes the bone to become brittle. This can lead to the loss or sagging of teeth.


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