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Dental cavities may be against oral, throat cancers

May we are worrying about the dental cavities, while dental cavities may have its own advantages.

A study finds people with more dental cavities are significantly less likely to be diagnosed with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma.

The cancers start in the squamous cells of our bodies, which line the moist, mucus membrane surfaces inside the head and neck like the mouth, back of the throat (oropharyngeal), nose and larynx (vocal cords).

This year about 50,000 Americans will be diagnosed with head and neck cancer. About 90 percent of head and neck cancers are considered squamous cell carcinomas, Ohio State University notes.

Oropharyngeal cancers in particular have been on the rise in recent decades, thought to driven by oral cases of the sexually transmitted infection human papillomavirus (HPV).
That's where cavities can come in. Cavities, or dental caries, are the second-most common health condition, only behind the common cold, the National Institute of Health notes. Bacteria normally found in the mouth that help digest foods combine with food pieces, acids and saliva to form plaque. Plaque builds up to form tartar, which can irritate the gums and cause inflammation, resulting in gingivitis and periodontitis.

In fact, dental cavities is not a bad thing, but it may improve risk of body health.

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