Diabetes is a disease that severely impacts the whole body – eyes, kidneys, heart, nerves, and your mouth. The parameter that joins both Diabetes and oral health problems is high blood sugar. In the case of uncontrolled diabetes in a patient, the white blood cells which shield our body from bacterial infections, start weakening. This further makes the body less immune to diseases occurring in the mouth.We strive for complete excellence in the field of establishing quality oral health among the patients. Today, we are about to discuss the various aspects of diabetes and its impact on our oral health problems.
Why are Diabetic patients more likely to develop oral health problems?
Diabetes disables our body’s natural ability to utilize glucose and blood sugar for energy. A diabetic patient has more chances of developing complex diseases which includes a heart attack, kidney failure, blindness, and stroke. As far as the link between diabetes and oral health is concerned, people with diabetes are at higher risks for Gingivitis and Periodontists. People with diabetes are often associated with higher risks of thrush, a kind of fungal infection.
Symptoms of Gum Disease in a Diabetic Patient
Types of problems a diabetic patient might experience
Although the experience might differ from one diabetic patient to the other, there are certain complications experienced by a majority of diabetic patients:
How to Prevent Dental Problems associated with Diabetes?
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