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Is There A Correlation Between Tooth Loss And Incontinence
How do you diagnose lupus? What is the difference between multiple sclerosis and lupus? Which disease causes tooth loss?
Nutrition = health: You can eat soft foods, or you can have tooth replacement to enable you to improve the range of your diet and thus your nutrition and health. You could have simple dentures or add implants to retain/support dentures or even implants to retain/support non-removable teeth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Don't wait: No one should wait until their periodontal disease gets so bad that they are in danger of losing their teeth. Treatment is relatively easy and inexpensive with early diagnosis and treatment. Not only does your oral hygiene plays a role, but many medical conditions such as diabetes and factors such as smoking hasten the process. See your dentist for a complete and thorough periodontal exam. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have had several cavities for nearly a decade - one tooth is missing a third. Besides the discomfort/eventual tooth loss, is that dangerous?
Absolutely: Your teeth are part of your body. Would you let your finger, foot, head, heart, brain rot away? I hope not. Would you let termites eat your house away? Would you leave a hole in your roof until it collapses destroying the rest of your house? While some cavities may seem inconsequential now, left untreated they can become infected and kill you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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