Posts Tagged ‘ diabetes ’
Should Your Dentist Screen for Diabetes?
Dentists Can Screen for Diabetes? In case you missed the July 2011 issue of the Journal of Dental Research, check out this post on how dentists can help diagnose diabetes. OK, you’re right – it’s not such a popular forum, but this news is… According to a recent study out of the Columbia University College […]
Did You Know Dentists Can Help Diagnose Diabetes?
Dentists Can Diagnose Diabetes? Dentists diagnose & treat a myriad of oral health maladies, but bet you didn’t think your dentist could diagnose diabetes – or at least help to do so. As if we need another reason to keep up our normal thrice yearly dental visits, here comes recent news out of Columbia University […]
Is There A Connection Between Gum Disease & Overall Health?
The Connection Between Gum Disease & Overall Health Gum disease is much more common than you might think, and whats of so much concern is the connection between gum disease and overall health. Recent research has indicated a correlation between gum disease and overall health problems like diabetes, stroke, osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and heart disease. […]
How Are Diabetes & Dental Health Related?
Are Diabetes & Dental Health Connected? “Both gum disease and diabetes are chronic diseases, and they both make each other worse.” November is American Diabetes Month Diabetes is a chronic disease which affects our body’s ability to process sugar. The resulting high blood sugar can cause problems with your eyes, nerves, kidneys, heart and other […]
3 Simple Tips for a Healthy Looking Smile
A Little Smile Maintenance Goes a Long Way Maintaining a healthy smile is easy, and can even save you money at the dentist. All it takes is some super simple – but consistent – dental hygiene habits to keep your kisser in tip top shape. A diligent daily dental hygiene regimen along with some preventative dentistry is […]
Gum Disease & The Infection Connection
Somerset NJ Dentist Shares The Gum Disease Infection Connection Gum disease is more common than you may think, it has been reported that 3 out of every 4 Americans have signs of mild periodontal disease or gingivitis. There is a lot of recent research in the area of gum disease, with particular concentration on the connection […]