Diabetes And Oral Health: Uncontrolled Blood Sugar Levels Can Lead To These Many Dental Issues

Diabetes And Oral Health: Uncontrolled Blood Sugar Levels Can Lead To These Many Dental Issues

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Uncontrolled blood sugar levels can lead to dry mouth, dental decay and much more

If you are suffering from diabetes, it is essential to control your blood sugar levels. If left uncontrolled, diabetes can increase the risk of several health conditions. You might be surprised to know the people with diabetes are more prone to dental problems than their counterparts. Some dental issues may also indicate the onset of diabetes. Therefore, it is essential for people with diabetes to monitor their oral health and visit a dental professional on a regular basis. These practices help in early diagnosis and timely treatment. In this article, you will learn about different dental issues that can affect diabetics and how to prevent those.

Gum diseases are more common in people with diabetes as they are immunocompromised and have a slower healing rate. Raised sugar levels also lead to plaque build-up causing loosening of gums ultimately leading to gingivitis and periodontitis in more severe cases.

Also read: Beware! These Common Factors Can Lead Enamel Erosion And Increase Tooth Decay Risk

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