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Our entire Houston dental implant and periodontic team share in Dr. Dennison's commitment to excellence in patient care and enthusiasm to pursue the continuing advances in implant, periodontal (gum disease) and sedation dentistry. Care and concern for our patients is not only the foundation of our practice, but it is the standard that sets us apart.
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Improving Your Diabetes By Treating Your Gum Disease

Posted on 8/13/2017 by Dr. Dennison
 Diabetes University Periodontal Associates TX 77098
When you have diabetes, it is very important that you make sure to properly care for your body. The more you ignore going on within your body, the more out of hand your diabetes can become. One of the ways to improve your diabetes is making sure to control your gum disease.

If left untreated, gum disease can quickly cause problems in lots of parts of your body. It causes your organs to work harder than necessary, making the diabetes harder for you to control.

Treating Gum Disease Helps All Parts of Your Body

When your diabetes isn't perfectly controlled, it can lead to higher amounts of glucose in other parts of your body. This can lead to issues like kidney problems and increased cavities. This increase in cavities can damage your gums, leading to issues with your gums specifically.

In reverse, having untreated gum disease can lead to problems with tartar and bacteria all over the body. This can make your already struggling body, struggle even harder to try and fight off the bacteria outside of trying to keep the diabetes in check.

No matter what, if you have diabetes, you need to make sure you take your oral care very seriously. The more you take care of your diabetes and your mouth, the longer your teeth are going to remain strong and healthy, and the less impact your diabetes is going to have over your oral health. Controlling your diabetes is incredibly important.

The more you can keep it under control, the less long-term health effects you will feel early on. By having your dentist and periodontist work with you, you can minimize how much damage is done to your body. Take the time to get the best oral health possible by keeping your gum disease and your diabetes under control.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call us at (832) 975-0990 today.
University Periodontal Associates
3100 Richmond Ave,
Houston, TX 77098
Phone: (832) 975-0990


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