HOW EXERCISING FACE MUSCLES IS IMPORTANT FOR ORAL HEALTH
When you exercise and engage face muscles, then you are giving your dental formula and jaw a stretch too. This can help stretch out the muscles that hold your entire jaw. This might be simple, but it helps deal with jaw locking and lying slightly outside the joint socket. It is also helpful when you turn your neck from side to side and open your mouth to breathe. This helps open the airway and allows stretching of muscles that are around and inside the mouth.
WHAT DOES EXERCISE HAVE TO DO WITH PERIODONTAL DISEASE?
There is a lot of research that has been conducted on this subject. A lot of people do not understand that exercise can help prevent periodontal disease. This is extreme gum disease that begins with the inflammation of gums. The plaque accumulating around teeth causes the pulling away of teeth from the gum and digs up some pockets that collect pus.