Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Diabetes and Oral Health Problems

Are you a diabetic patient???

Do you know that diabetes can cause the oral health problems??

Diabetes is a disease that may effect the whole body systems heart, kidney,nerves,eye and other important parts of the body.

If you are suffering with tooth decay and cavities,these may be the first risk of the oral dental problems for the diabetic patients.people with diabetes are at risk of the gum disease or the periodontal disease.

What is gum disease ??

This is an oral disease which destroys support bones of the teeth and soft tissues around the gums.This may results the bone loss and then tooth loss.

Gum Infections Symptoms..
  • Bad breath
  • Gums that bleed during brushing
  • Red gums
  • Gum pain
  • Pus coming from gum and teeth
  • Gums start pulling away from teeth
  • Dry mouth

If you are a diabetic patient you are at the risk of dental problems.people with diabetes having smoking are at great risk of oral health.

Who are at risk ????               
  • Poor oral hygiene
  • peoples having smoking habit 
  • uncontrolled blood sugar level 

What you can do ????

Diabetic people should brush their teeth at least twice a day,and you are advised to clean your teeth in every six months.You can avoid the gum disease by controlling the blood glucose level and by the proper dental care.

Gum infections can be mainly improved by dental hygiene eg: daily flossing and annual visits to the dentist for professional cleaning.

 Our Treatment options :

     1, Tooth Loss

     2, Teeth Cleaning

On this  WORLD DIABETES DAY 2013  we can help you to get advice from our dentist .

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