Dental Health and Your Diabetes









Dental health and your diabetes are very important in keeping away complications. Diabetes is often a cause for peridontal or gum disease. Your immune system is often weakened by diabetes, and this is a nest for problems. As a result of this problem, your mouth is the target area for bleeding gums, and as a result germs begin multiplying there.

These germs promote peridontal disease because they make a substance which will alter the way the cells process carbohydrates in the body. There are many research studies that also demonstrate that bacteria causes high blood glucose levels and also more insulin resistance.

When your diabetes is out of control, it can really raise havoc with dental hygiene. When your blood sugars are high, it results in lack of saliva in your mouth. Therefore what happens is you have trouble with processing salivary sugars. This can then lead to mouth ulcers, which create bigger problems. So this explains why keeping your blood sugars in control, plays a big role in helping to control diabetes, and keeping a healthy mouth free from peridontal disease.

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For your diabetes and dental health, flossing your teeth is also very important along with brushing three times daily. Your oral hygiene is essential to also preventing tooth decaying, and also losing teeth. There are a certain amount of circulatory problems that go along with diabetes, and this does not help your oral care. That is why it is extremely important to protect your teeth all you can, avoiding another area of complications along the way.

The above video gives more details on dental disease and being aware of what happens when tooth decay begins.

Brushing and flossing is a very important part of keeping better oral hygiene and protecting yourself against major mouth problems and advance dental disease.



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