Oral Health

Health refers to the condition of the mouth, teeth, and surrounding structures, enabling individuals to carry out fundamental functions like eating, breathing, and speaking. It encompasses not only physical aspects but also psychosocial elements such as self-assurance, overall well-being, and the ability to engage in social and professional interactions without experiencing pain, discomfort, or embarrassment. Throughout the lifespan, oral health undergoes changes, spanning from early childhood to old age. It is closely intertwined with overall health, empowering individuals to actively participate in society and unlock their full potential.

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