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Diabetes And Periodontal (gum) Disease

This article from our Health Library is for educational purposes. Please contact us with questions specific to the services we provide, to find a doctor or to schedule an appointment. Diabetes that is not properly controlled can lead to periodontal (gum) diseases in both young and old people. Periodontal diseases are infections of the gums and bone that hold the teeth in place. Because of blood vessel changes that occur with diabetes, the efficiency of the flow of nutrients and removal of wastes from body tissues may become impaired. This impaired blood flow can weaken the gums and bone, making them more susceptible to infection. In addition, if diabetes is poorly controlled, higher glucose levels in the mouth fluids will encourage the growth of bacteria that can cause gum disease. On the other hand, uncontrolled periodontal disease may also make it more difficult to control the diabetes. A third factor, smoking, is harmful to oral health even for people without diabetes. However, a person with diabetes who smokes is at a much greater risk for gum disease than a person who does not have diabetes. Paired with poor oral hygiene, diabetes can lead to gingivitis, the first stage of per Continue reading >>

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    I read it very interesting, now how much truth there is to it is anyone guess.

  2. whattheheck123

    Oh, I think this is HUGE! Despite only being able to produce insulin at only 1/3 the normal rate, I have an almost normal response to carbs unless I pig out so much I use up all my reserves. Then my BG shoots up like a normal diabetic. I always knew there must be some gene that makes some of us carb intolerant. I have a normal value for this gene. This gene is the one that triggers the release of the insulin when your BGs go up. If this doesn't work, you can't handle carbs at all.
    Fixing this would make a best selling drug.

  3. Martin

    Worrying given how many need melatonin to get to sleep, and that too little sleep is tied to weight gain. More emphasis on natural sleep techniques, until genetic tests become so common that everyone knows whether or not they have the gene? Does it come up in the standard consumer tests?

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Diabetes And Oral Health – A Two-way Street

Diabetic living and dental care How does diabetes affect the teeth and gums? Nearly 30 million Americans have diabetes. While many are aware of the condition’s associated risks such as stroke, eye disease and kidney disease, they may be less informed about the important connection between diabetes and oral health. In fact, diabetes and oral health can go hand-in-hand: People with poorly controlled diabetes are more likely to develop oral health complications like gum disease, which in turn can contribute to the progression of diabetes. Ultimately, it’s especially important for those with diabetes and signs of diabetes to keep their mouth, teeth and gums as healthy as possible.1 How does diabetes affect dental health? People with diabetes are generally more prone to bacterial infections like gum disease.1 Experts believe that diabetes can also reduce saliva production, another risk factor of gum disease.4 While everyone has some level of bacteria in the mouth, people with poorly controlled diabetes may experience more rapid bacteria growth due to high blood glucose (sugar). Glucose is present in saliva and bad bacteria in the mouth feeds off of it.4 When bacteria combine with fo Continue reading >>

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    Yes, in moderation.

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    Yes, should take regularly.

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Gum Disease And Diabetes

New evidence shows that patients with diabetes are more likely to experience signs of gum disease than those without. There are several factors that contribute to this increased risk. In order to prevent the need for laser treatment for periodontal disease in Albany, NY, patients with diabetes are strongly encouraged to practice good oral hygiene and visit Dr. Alexander S. Choe for regular checkups and cleanings. How does diabetes contribute to gum disease? Diabetes causes changes in the blood vessels that can impede the flow of nutrients and slow the rate at which waste is removed. As a result of impaired blood flow and high levels of waste in the bloodstream, the gum tissue is weakened and can more easily become infected. Additionally, uncontrolled diabetes can create high levels of glucose in the saliva and other fluids which can cause signs of gum disease to become more prevalent and severe. How can I prevent gum disease? Due to the fact that diabetes can make it harder for the body to fight off infections, it is extremely important to brush and floss regularly and schedule checkups at the minimum on a biannual basis, and sometimes more often if recommended by Dr. Choe. It is a Continue reading >>

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    frozen meals

    anyone have any experience with frozen meals such as lean cuisine, weight watchers and healthy choice? do they help control sugars?

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    I eat the South Beach meals but I think after reading the post here I am not going to be eating them much longer:)

  3. Half Sunflower

    Hi
    I think that preparing your meals "fresh" is the best way to go. Smart Ones and Lean Cuisine are basically convenience foods that are to be used when nothing else is available.
    Thanks
    Half Sunflower

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