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Doctor says sign in mouth could be red flag for heart attack

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A surgeon and dental health expert has said that a sign in your mouth could be a key signifier of potential heart trouble. Speaking on the Zoe podcast, Dr Alp Kantarci said that having poor dental health was a serious problem in causing inflammation - which in turn leads to cardiovascular diseases and heart disease.

Dr Kantarci said that gum disease and the impact that it has on the stomach microbes and body in general had a big impact on inflammation - which puts the body in general under a lot of pressure.

He explained how heart attacks and strokes come about and said: “Most of the cardiovascular diseases or cardiac diseases are the results of your blood vessels, mainly aorta becoming clogged, and the aorta is the major vessel coming out from your heart and distributing all the blood to that.

That’s where you get the cardiac arrest. “The aorta is like a hose and it comes all the way from your heart and goes into the rest of your body.

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