Posted on November 12 2014

Diabetes and dental health

“Diabetes can be associated with an increased prevalence and severity of periodontal diseases, and as an infectious and inflammatory disease, periodontitis can affect the control of blood sugar,” says Dr. Gerald Smith, President of the ODA. “When blood sugars remain high over time it can put people with diabetes at risk for further complications.” ” To view more on this article or other articles please click here.  Diabetes and dental health