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Date registered: October 4, 2010

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  1. Gum disease and Alzheimer’s: is there a link? — September 19, 2017
  2. Can Diabetes Lead to Gum Disease? — September 14, 2017
  3. Fitness model Sophie Aris talks about her veneers — September 12, 2017
  4. Signs that an Infection May Have Evolved into an Abscess — September 11, 2017
  5. How Revolutionary Chewing Gum Could Save Your Dental Implant — September 7, 2017

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Gum disease and Alzheimer’s: is there a link?

September 19, 2017

A recent study has shown that people who have had chronic periodontitis (gum disease) for over ten years are at 70% higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease than people without gum disease. Key takeaways: – Periodontitis can be prevented by a diligent daily dental care routine, including brushing teeth thoroughly – and flossing daily. –… Continue reading »

Can Diabetes Lead to Gum Disease?

September 14, 2017

According to recent studies, the effects of diabetes may cause serious dental problems. Key takeaways: – Diabetes can disrupt the bacteria in the mouth, leading to inflamed gums. – Inflammation (a symptom of gum disease) is caused by high blood sugar in diabetes. – Diabetes leads to higher rates of gum inflammation and bone loss.… Continue reading »

Fitness model Sophie Aris talks about her veneers

September 12, 2017

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Signs that an Infection May Have Evolved into an Abscess

September 11, 2017

If left untreated, a tooth infection can become an abscess. Some warning signs include tender gums, a hot sensation, swelling and difficulty chewing without pain. It is therefore important to see a dentist immediately. What are some other differences between an infection and an abscess? – An abscess is the result of an infection. –… Continue reading »

How Revolutionary Chewing Gum Could Save Your Dental Implant

September 7, 2017

When a dental implant is fitted, occasionally inflammation can develop due to bacteria damaging the tissue and bone around it. Identifying this early is important, to avoid any lasting damage. Scientists are enveloping special chewing gum which can detect inflammation around an implant. A chemical reaction would take place to create a bitter taste, alerting… Continue reading »

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