Diabetes: 'Missing teeth' among 'less noticeable' complications of the disease says expert

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Diabetes: 'Missing teeth' among 'less noticeable' complications of the disease says expert

Aside from the expected inconvenience that comes with missing teeth, other chronic diseases may ensue.Periodontal disease is more likely to develop

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Aside from the expected inconvenience that comes with missing teeth, other chronic diseases may ensue.

Periodontal disease is more likely to develop due to missing teeth, which could ultimately raise the risk of general ill-health.

“Chronic diseases that may be related to poor oral hygiene include cardiovascular disease, diabetes, respiratory diseases, stroke, dementia, stomach, ulcers, cancer and obesity,” explains the Midland Dental Hub.

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