Oral Health Kits for the Carolinas

Oral health kits are being used to provide oral health care to the public in the Carolines. 

The kits are available at Marlboro, Walmart and Wal-Mart in Charlotte, Fort Lauderdale and St. Petersburg, according to a release from the National Association of Oral Health (NANHE) on Wednesday. 

They include gut-busting mouthwash, mouthwash and mouthwashes, toothpaste, toothbrush and mouthwash tubes, and mouth wash, the release said. 

These are not available at most drugstores and most grocery stores, the release said.

Health professionals say the kits are needed because they help to prevent and treat oral disease. 

“I’ve seen patients in the past, I’ve seen the same thing, they come in, and they’ve said, ‘Oh, my mouth’s been infected, I had a toothache, I can’t drink it,'” said Dr. James Schulze, a public health nurse at the University of South Carolina hospital. 

Dr. Michael J. Smith, who is a nurse practitioner and oral health educator at the University of South Carolina, said there are about 400,000 people in the US who suffer from oral disease, including nearly 200,000 in the South. 

He said oral health kits, which have the aid of mouthwash and mouthwash tube, help prevent and help treat oral infection. 

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), oral health is a major cause of tooth decay. 

There are also several other health conditions linked to oral disease such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and depression, according the CDC. 

Many oral health experts say oral health problems can be prevented with the right preventive measures, but some experts say a kit is more than a tool. 

Some health experts also said oral hygiene is an important part of dental health. 

 “People who get infected need to get dental care and to have their teeth cleaned,” said Dr, Lydia Hochsprung, an oral health nurse practitioner at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. 

She said it is important to use the kits that are available. 

However, Dr. Smith said the kits should only be used as a last resort and not as the only option. 

If someone has a bad tooth, you should talk to the dentist, Dr Smith said.

“But you can’t use them just because you can.” 

“There’s no magic bullet for tooth decay,” said Dr Smith.

“There are a lot of factors that contribute to tooth decay, and you can help prevent it.”

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