The Prevalence of Periodontal Disease

About 47 percent of American adults have some form of periodontal or gum disease, according to a report recently released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. While some types of periodontal disease are minor cases of gum inflammation, advanced cases of the disease can cause tooth loss and other significant health problems. Men are [&hellip

What Is the Difference Between Dental Insurance and a Dental Plan?

It is vitally important to take good care of our teeth and gums. Some dental problems such as an untreated tooth infection can be life-threatening. Unfortunately, prices for oral care have spiked dramatically right along with the costs of other types of healthcare. While a dental insurance policy is probably the best asset for the [&hellip

Gum Disease Linked to Psoriasis: Study

According to a new study people having chronic gum disease are more prone to develop a skin condition known as Psoriasis. It was found out by Taiwanese researchers that in a group composed of 230,000 people or more, those individuals with gum disease is 54% more possible to get Psoriasis condition over five years. The [&hellip

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