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Why People with Diabetes are More Prone to Gum Disease

Why People with Diabetes are More Prone to Gum Disease

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Among the many side effects and complications possible from diabetes is gum disease. How is diabetes related to gum disease and why are people with diabetes more likely to develop gum disease?

What Causes Gum Recession?

What Causes Gum Recession?

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For many people who do not realize how important oral health truly is, becoming informed may change your life for the better. It is important to be aware of having a healthy mouth in order to have a healthy body. People who are health-conscious realize that they must follow a good diet and exercise routine on a regular basis. The same goes for maintaining good oral hygiene, as it can help us live a longer life.

How to Treat Gum Recession

How to Treat Gum Recession

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Gum recession is a common dental problem that causes pain and sensitivity. Many people don't know they have gum recession, because it occurs gradually. Receding gums are a clear sign of gum disease, which many people might ignore. "Gingival Recession," otherwise known as receding gums, is a condition where the diseased tissue around a tooth begins to wear away or pull back. Research has shown that 50 percent of people suffer from some sort of recession with their gums.