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Diabetes patients are having greater chances of dental issues or not?
Last Post 8/8/2017 2:41 AM by Becky55. 1 Replies.
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georgetnez Posts:3
3/24/2017 5:38 AM
Hey! My dad is sixty-five years old and he has been suffering from diabetes for the past five years. Nowadays he is facing some dental issues also. One of his teeth decayed and the dentist in Whitby suggested him to undergo root canal therapy I heard that diabetes patients are having greater chances of dental issues. Is this true?
Anybody here had an experience with root canal therapy?
Any insight on this would be great. Thanks in advance.

Becky55 Posts:2
8/8/2017 2:41 AM
There are chances for dental issues in diabetic persons.
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