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Oral Health with Dr. Miles Madison

Ep. 167

Did you know that gum disease can have effects on our overall health? Or that not all mouthwash is good mouthwash? Those of us unlucky enough to have experienced a toothache or a root canal knows the importance of good dental health and hygiene. 


Perhaps no one knows this more than this episode’s guest, Dr. Miles Madison. Dr. Miles is a periodontist with over 200,000 followers on TikTok. He uses his social media presence to educate and inform on all things relating to our teeth and how to take care of them. In this episode, Dr. Miles shares some of his oral health tips to avoid having to see a periodontist. 


Tune in to Episode 167 of REJUVENAGING® and let’s talk teeth with Dr. Miles Madison.


Some Questions I Ask:

  • What is a periodontist? (4:56)
  • How does somebody know when they need a periodontist? (7:21)
  • Are there one or two other major things that we should be aware of? (20:58)
  • Is gum disease an issue at all ages? (23:09)


In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • How Dr. Miles started using TikTok to teach people about dental health (9:31)
  • Dr. Miles' top three tips for oral health (12:51)
  • What Dr. Miles thinks about mouthwash (17:52)
  • The effects of gum disease on overall health (24:26)
  • The best way to prevent gum disease (26:33)


Connect with Miles Madison


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