The first thing you need to know about your mouth is that it has a different set of bacteria that lives in your mouth than it does in your stomach, gut, intestines or other body parts.
It’s like the difference between your gut and your intestines is that the intestines contain the bacteria that live in your gut.
The mouth also has a whole different set that lives inside your mouth.
Your mouth is filled with bacteria that is called an oral microbiota.
The oral microbiota includes a lot of different bacteria and your body’s immune system makes antibodies to those different bacteria.
The oral microbiome plays a role in a lot more than just the health of your mouth, according to a study published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology.
In fact, researchers found that oral microbiota can also have a role as a predictor of certain health problems.
They say this is because oral microbiota is associated with inflammation in the gut.
According to the study, if the oral microbiota has high levels of inflammation, the oral mucosa and the lining of the mouth can become inflamed and cause pain and ulcers.
This can lead to tooth loss and oral health problems like cavities and gum disease.
There is also a role for the oral microbiome in how oral hygiene works.
If the oral microbial community is too low, there is a higher risk of developing oral diseases such as dental caries and tooth decay.