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Drinking wine 'could protect your TEETH and fight off cavities and gum disease' - Express.co.uk



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Drinking wine 'could protect your TEETH and fight off cavities and gum disease' 
Express.co.uk
When these get into the bloodstream they can trigger a chain reaction that has been linked to heart disease and cancer. Earlier this year severe gum disease, known medically as periodontitis, was found to play a role in pancreatic cancer - one of the ...
Drinking Red Wine May Help Prevent Tooth Decay and Gum Disease Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Want healthy teeth? Drink red wine Cosmos
Inhibition of Oral Pathogens Adhesion to Human Gingival Fibroblasts by Wine Polyphenols Alone and in Combination ... ACS Publications - American Chemical Society

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Keeping up to date with latest in periodontitis treatment - Agoura Hills Acorn



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Keeping up to date with latest in periodontitis treatment 
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Other than the bad breath, inflammation is simply not good for your systemic health. Periodontitis has been linked to cancer, cardiovascular disease, and even Alzheimer's disease. The common link to all: inflammation. So how does periodontitis make you ...

 


Periodontitis in Older Adults Tied to Higher Total Cancer Risk - Monthly Prescribing Reference



Periodontitis in Older Adults Tied to Higher Total Cancer Risk 
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HealthDay News ? Individuals with periodontitis have an increased total cancer risk, according to a study published online January 12 in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Dominique S. Michaud, ScD, from the Tufts University School of ...

 


Severe Gum Disease Increases Both Cancer Risk and Mortality - Medscape



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Severe Gum Disease Increases Both Cancer Risk and Mortality 
Medscape
This revealed that periodontitis was associated with a 33% increased risk for overall cancer mortality. The mortality risk associated with gum disease among individuals with pancreatic cancer was far higher, with a more than twofold increased risk. The ...

 


Dentists Can Play a Key Role in Management of Diabetes - Medscape



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Dentists Can Play a Key Role in Management of Diabetes 
Medscape
Patients with type 2 diabetes and periodontitis may experience significant improvements in glycemic control if they have their gum disease properly treated, the results of a Spanish randomized controlled trial suggest. Comparing thorough periodontal ...

 


New pinhole technique can treat gums with no incisions - Camarillo Acorn



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New pinhole technique can treat gums with no incisions 
Camarillo Acorn
Brush your teeth twice a day and floss daily. Now that we've got that out of the way, let's talk about periodontitis. The old English saying that somebody is ?long in the tooth? means they are old. Why? As you age, typically your gums recede, hence ...

 


A pinhole technique can treat receding gums - Thousand Oaks Acorn



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A pinhole technique can treat receding gums 
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So how does periodontitis make you ?long in the tooth?? The disease causes bleeding gums, tooth sensitivity and tooth loss by causing gum recession. Periodontitis can be treated, but here is the problem: Even after your treatment, your gums won't grow ...

 


More evidence connects gum disease with cancer - Bite Magazine - Bite magazine



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More evidence connects gum disease with cancer - Bite Magazine 
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Data collected in a long-term health study reports a 24 per cent increase in the risk of cancer among participants with severe gum disease. The US study?which is published in this month's Journal of the National Cancer Institute?used data from ...
Cancer risk elevated with severe gum disease - Reuters Reuters

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5 Ways Bad Teeth Put Your Entire Body At Risk - Men's Health



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5 Ways Bad Teeth Put Your Entire Body At Risk 
Men's Health
Several studies have shown a link between gum disease?known as periodontitis?and heart disease, as well as increased risk for stroke, according to Mazen Natour, D.M.D., Manhattan-based prosthodontist. That's because the same bacteria causing ...

 


3 Reasons to Have Wisdom Teeth Removed - Suburban Life Publications



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3 Reasons to Have Wisdom Teeth Removed 
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Even if they grow in vertically, they can push aside neighboring teeth, causing misalignment between the top and bottom teeth. The wisdom teeth are difficult to keep clean. If wisdom teeth can't be kept clean, accumulation of bacteria, tartar, and ...