You’ve heard the advice: If you want to live longer, eat healthy foods and exercise daily. But there’s a third piece of the puzzle, and it can add 10 to 15 years to your life. It’s been right under your nose this whole time — literally. Your mouth is the gateway to your body and is the most critical organ for improving your health, from childhood onward. Everything in the human life cycle is related to the mouth: fertility, childbirth, sleeping soundly, success in school, finding a mate, getting a job, psychological well-being, avoiding chronic or systemic disease, and aging well. Your mouth is a window into the health of your body as a whole; from its microbiome to its structure...
Publisher: BenBella Books; 1st edition (April 5, 2022) Pages: 256 pages ISBN-10: 1637740360 ISBN-13: 978-1637740361 ASIN: B098PX726J
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Dr. Kami Hoss is a modern-day Renaissance man: a classical composer and musician, a renowned orthodontist, and an entrepreneur on a mission to reinvent the oral health care paradigm in America. Armed with a masters in craniofacial biology, a doctorate in dental surgery, and a post-doctorate in orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics, he co-founded The Super Dentists—one of the country’s leading multi-specialty dental practices. More recently, Dr. Hoss has launched SuperMouth, a line of revolutionary oral care products with custom tools and solutions for every age and stage of development. Dr. Hoss offers community programs, seminars, and workshops all over the country. His speaking engagements focus on oral health and its impact on pregnancy, sleep, disease, and even emotional wellbeing, giving people the tools and information to dramatically improve their lives. Dr. Hoss is a member of the American Association of Orthodontists, American Dental Association, Forbes Business Council, and Newsweek Expert Forum. He sits on the Board of Counselors at UCLA School of Dentistry and is a highly sought-after expert who has been featured on NBC, ABC, FOX, CBS, and NPR affiliates nationally, as well as in hundreds of newspapers, magazines, and other media outlets.