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OCTOBER 20, 2011 [Gingivitis] The 411 on Gum Disease + Diabetes
I hate going to the dentist. Having someone poke around my mouth with a sharp metal object is not my idea of a good time. But unfortunately, as a PWD, it’s not only a good idea, it’s pretty critical. Aside from keeping our teeth sparkly and happy, trips to the dentist every 6 months also [.].
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OCTOBER 18, 2012 [Gingivitis] Patients Unaware of Gum Disease Link to Diabetes
Research suggests that people with diabetes are at higher risk for oral health problems, such as gingivitis and gum disease. More than one-third of US adults are not aware of the link between diabetes and oral health. A survey found 54% reported one or more symptoms of gum disease, yet 67% did not discuss their oral health with their doctor.
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FEBRUARY 15, 2011 [Gingivitis] A Little "Mental" About "Dental"
Studies indicate that nearly all children and adolescents have gingivitis, the first stage of periodontal disease. I knew the two-fold effects of both diabetes and gingivitis on cardiac and vascular health. Trev from Three 2 Treat posts here and here prompted me to write this one.
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OCTOBER 12, 2013 [Gingivitis] Ask D’Mine: Dilemmas of the Heart and Mouth
Happy Saturday, and welcome back to our weekly advice column, Ask D’Mine, hosted by veteran type 1, diabetes author and educator Wil Dubois. This week, Wil explores a complication that may or may not be related to diabetes, along with… The post Ask D’Mine: Dilemmas of the Heart and Mouth appeared first on DiabetesMine: the all things diabetes blog.
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JOSLIN DIABETES CENTER [Gingivitis] Twice a Day and Twice a Year: Oral Health and Diabetes
| WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 2012
or peritonitis (inflammation of various parts of the mouth). We are talking about your smile here. No matter how much tooth polish you use, if your gums and teeth are in poor shape, there’s not much to smile about. Twice a day and twice a year are numbers to remember: the number of times to brush your teeth and see your dentist. And then there is the other twice, or at least once—the number of times to floss your teeth per day. MORE >>
DIABETES1 [Gingivitis] The Importance of Oral Hygiene
| SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2011
Diabetes puts you at a greater risk for oral health problems like gingivitis
and tooth decay. Not only does diabetes weaken your body's response to infections, but high blood. Health, Medicine MORE >>
SCIENCE DAILY [Gingivitis] Study successfully screens for diabetes at dental visits using oral blood
| THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2015
crevicular blood (GCB) for hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) testing produced values that were nearly identical to those obtained using finger stick blood (FSB), with a correlation of.991 between the two blood samples of 408 dental patients. Testing HbA1c is promoted by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) for diabetes diagnostic purposes and glycemic control monitoring MORE >>
CHECK DIABETES [Gingivitis] Diabetes and periodontal disease - Check Diabetes
| TUESDAY, JULY 27, 2010
Two types of periodontal disease are: Gingivitis
DORKABETIC [Gingivitis] The Awful Tooth
| TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 2010
I know it's not the gum disease known as gingivitis
I woke up this morning for the second day in a row with pain in my jaw, but only on one side. My mom has a lot of problems with grinding and clenching her teeth in her sleep, so I know how to recognize the symptoms. I had to wonder if I do the same thing. I've been pretty stressed out lately, and that's one factor that causes you to grit your teeth in your dreaming hours, for sure. MORE >>