Dental Care in Diabetes
The most common major oral complication of diabetes is gum (periodontal) disease. In untreated, Diabetes gum disease can be very serious and lead to tooth loss.
Early warning signs of gum disease include: long-term bad breath or bad taste; swollen, red, tender, shrinking, or bleeding gums; pus between teeth; changes in bite, teeth position, or denture fit; and tooth loss.
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