The Link Between Oral Health and Overall Health: What Your Mouth is Trying to Tell You


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Medical research is confirming that inflammation in the body is a significant factor in many of the chronic diseases of aging (e.g. heart disease, diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease). The mouth is a source of inflammation when gum disease is present. Left untreated, gum disease may increase your risk for these serious systemic diseases. Gum disease is a silent disease—you can have it and not even know it. Understanding the link between oral health and systemic health will be presented in this session. 

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