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Research Shows Link Between Periodontal Disease and Stroke

We know that seeing a dentist regularly for cleanings and early identification of any gum or tooth problems is important to avoid periodontal disease. For those with diabetes, managing blood sugar levels is crucial for oral health, too. People with diabetes tend to be at higher risk for stroke and for periodontal disease because of […]
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