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Proportion of Periodontal Disease to Mouth And Dental Disorders Clinical Trials, G7 Countries (%), 2015
This describes the co-morbidity that joins obesity and periodontal disease.
Stress can lead to a variety of health complications, including periodontal disease.
In all the studies that have been done over the last decade or so, there is nothing to suggest that we shouldn't look for periodontal disease and treat it.
Pregnant women with periodontal disease may be at increased risk for having preterm low-birth-weight children.
However, in my clinical practice, I've also recommended to many patients that they add a highly diluted bleach solution into an oral irrigator to help disinfect periodontal pockets between and around teeth with severe periodontal disease.
He expected that only about 10% of people in this age group would have signs of periodontal disease.
While good epidemiological studies which demonstrate the incidence of periodontal disease in individuals with MR have not been done, there is evidence from screening studies during Special Olympics events that periodontal disease may be especially prevalent.
However, that average rose incrementally with increasing periodontal disease and bone loss in subsets of the population.
Women are more likely to get it - especially during periods of hormonal imbalance, such as before or after menstruation and during pregnancy, although anyone who ignores his or her oral hygiene can develop periodontal disease.
A snapshot of the global therapeutic scenario for Periodontal Disease.
Heart Disease: Several studies have shown that periodontal disease is associated with heart disease.