The Oral Microbiome & Its Impact on Every Other System in the Body

Mark Burhenne

The gut is central to human health, and at its core, gut health is determined by the diversity and population of the gut microbiome (also known as gut microbiota or gut flora).

In 2000, the US Surgeon General called the mouth “the mirror of health and disease in the body.” It’s not a closed system.

If gut health is so key to our understanding of health and disease, and the mouth mirrors the health of the body, it should come as no surprise that oral health is intrinsically linked with gut health.

This is where our understanding of the oral microbiome begins.

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