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Diabetes and dental health
Last Post 4/27/2017 8:29 AM by ophany. 0 Replies.
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ophany Posts:1
4/27/2017 8:29 AM
Hey, my mother is a type 1 diabetic. She has got gum disease too. That makes a terrific combination. I have read somewhere that diabetes can affect your eyes and kidneys too. She always complains that she cannot eat her favorite food because of this. We are planning to take her to a clinic which provides emergency dentistry services. Is it safe? Will it have any side effects? Please give some genuine replies and suggestions.
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