Kissing is Contagious – Warning from Dr. Joseph Kravitz, dentist from Rockville, Maryland

Dr. Joseph Kravitz, DDS, MS, from Rockville Maryland shares important health issues regarding kissing.

When you kiss someone else on the lips, you may transfer saliva from one person to another. Saliva contains bacteria, viruses and fungi from the other person. Saliva is the carrier from good and bad. We are focused on warning you about the bad

Here are the top 36 diseases and problems you can get from kissing another person on the lips:

Cavities
Periodontal disease
Pus
Infection
Facial swelling
Gum recession
Numb lips
Tooth loss
Heart attack
Stroke
Dementia
Alzheimer’s
Cancer
Herpes
Candida infection
The flu
Stomach ulcers
Pneumonia
Mouth ulcers
Strep throat
Viral infections
Vision loss
Multiple sclerosis
Arthritis
Scarring of lips
Diabetes
High blood pressure
Headaches
Migraines
Loss of hearing
Loss of smell
Difficulty swallowing food
Stomach pain
HIV
AIDS
Hepatitis

“If you know that the person you are kissing has cavities, gum disease, loose teeth, missing teeth, repeated mouth infections, it may be best to cease all kissing until they get their mouth fixed”, says Dr. Joseph Kravitz, Rockville, MD dentist.

In conclusion, kissing is contagious. Be careful. Be smart. Keep yourself healthy. Be well.

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~ Dr. Joe Kravitz, DDS, MS
Dentist, Author, Researcher, Coach
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