Relationship between diabetes and teeth, dental and gum problems in diabetics, diabetes increases the risk of dental disease

 Diabetic patients are at higher risk of developing diseases due to weakened immune system and also slow recovery after an attack. That's why even a small cut brings a serious threat to them.

In a report published on a health website, the president of India's 'Indian Society of Periodontology', 'Periodontist' and 'Implantologist' Dr. Anirban Chatterjee talks about common teeth and gum problems in   diabetic patients.

Relationship between diabetes and teeth, dental and gum problems in diabetics, diabetes increases the risk of dental disease

Gum problems:  Gum disease occurs when 'plaque' accumulates around the gums and hardens over time. The gums become red, swollen, and may bleed. Which turns into 'Periodontitis' if not taken care of. Not only due to neglect of oral hygiene, but if diabetes is not controlled, then the gum problem increases rapidly.

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So diabetic patients should be careful from two aspects.

First, his blood sugar levels need to be under control. Secondly, the cleanliness of the teeth and gums should be strictly maintained.

For this, you should brush your teeth regularly, using a soft 'bristle' oil brush. Floss should be used to remove 'plaque' or food particles stuck between the teeth.

After all this, using 'mouthwash' is not a luxury, but a necessity. 'Mouthwash' cleans the entire oral cavity simultaneously and removes unwanted bad breath.

Tooth loss:  If diabetes is not controlled, the chances of tooth loss are high. One of the various causes of tooth loss is uncontrolled blood sugar levels.

High blood sugar levels lead to an overgrowth of bacteria in the mouth, leading to gum disease 'gingivitis' and various dental problems. If an infection occurs from the excess bacteria, a diabetic will require more intensive treatment and will take longer to heal than a healthy person.

This will weaken the bone that holds the tooth in place at a faster rate. And from there the possibility of tooth loss increases.  Dry mouth:  The production of saliva in the mouth is reduced in diabetics, which leads to the problem of dry mouth or 'dry mouth'.

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The main reason for this is the medication taken by diabetic patients. And if the mouth is dry, the chances of infection increase. And the problem of 'dry mouth' also causes bad breath.

A simple solution to this problem is to drink water frequently. It is very important for those who suffer from dry mouth to have their teeth and gums checked regularly.

If for some reason you cannot brush your teeth after eating, then at least 'mouthwash' should be used. By mixing mouthwash with anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties of 'Essanol Oil', it will be easier and more effective to get rid of bad breath.

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Tooth loss:  High blood sugar levels mean that the body has a high supply of both sugar and 'starch'. As a result, the acidity of the mouth will increase and tooth decay will increase.

Therefore, besides taking proper care of the teeth, the importance of controlling the diet is not less.

Foods high in sugar and processed 'carbohydrates' are best avoided as much as possible, as both increase the risk of tooth decay and decay.

Also, the use of fluoride-rich toothpaste will be beneficial. After flossing, mouthwash must be used.

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