No one really loves to go to see their dentist. Oral care and oral hygiene tend to take a back seat. But did you know that oral health and overall health are linked? A simple teeth cleaning can also be a great way to screen for sleep apnea, tongue cancer, neck cancer, oral cancer, mouth cancer, head and neck cancer, gum cancer or even hpv in mouth. We visit Dr. Alex Tsui to discuss things we can do as we age to ensure that we stay as healthy as possible as long as possible and be able to eat what we want when we want.
Posted by By Risa Morimoto April 5, 2020
Last updated on February 24, 2021
Risa is a certified integrative nutrition health coach and Founder/CEO of Modern Aging. She is also a documentary filmmaker and TV producer/director. Her mother had a massive stroke in 2001 and then was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2009. Her father was diagnosed with dementia in 2016. These experiences are the inspiration for Modern Aging, a place where we can discover innovative and holistic ways to approach our health and well-being as we age.
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