There is Evidence That Periodontitis Might Be Linked With Systemic Diseases

Did you know that periodontitis is a major inflammatory disease of the oral mucosa? This condition progressively affects the integrity of the tissues that support the teeth. Not only that, but it is associated epidemiologically with various chronic inflammatory disorders, including the following: -Cardiovascular disease -Type 2 diabetes (T2D) -Rheumatoid arthritis -Inflammatory bowel disease -Alzheimer's disease -Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease... read more »

Men Who Have Periodontitis and Erectile Dysfunction Are at Higher Risk of Experiencing a Major Cardiovascular Event Within Four Years

A team of researchers led by the University of Granada (UGR) has shown that men who have both periodontitis and erectile dysfunction are almost four times at greater risk of experiencing a major adverse cardiovascular event (MACE). It appears that erectile dysfunction in those men struggling with periodontitis should be considered a warning sign of potentially greater significant (cardiovascular) conditions... read more »

Did You Know That Preventing Periodontitis Can Save Billions?

When it comes to treating poor oral health – the costs are extraordinary.  To avoid incurring such expenses, a recent European article concluded that over €100bn could be saved by working to prevent periodontitis by halting gingivitis in its tracks before it can spread and damage vital gum tissue leading to bone and tooth loss. Just in the UK, eliminating... read more »

Gum Diseases Are Serious. Here Is Why You Shouldn’t Ignore It!

Whether it is the health of your body, the health of your mind, or the health of your gums, the health of each part of the human body is important. Gum diseases are serious dental issues, and unfortunately, people lack knowledge about gum problems. Some people don’t recognize it before it reaches the gum line. Gums and teeth are joined... read more »

4 Cosmetic Dental Procedures That Will Take Over 2020

Your smile can make a significant impact on others. After all, it is something that people notice first when they meet you. Studies suggest that by merely smiling at another person, you can help improve their mood. Not only this, but smiling can also make you feel good. Whether you want to leave a lasting impression on others or want... read more »