Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Is Gum Disease A Risk Factor For Stroke?

I found an article on this topic from the washington times website

The article did not convince me entirely. Never-the-less, I do not think that the study described was the only one that pointed to a correlation between these two health problems.

So the list is rather large now of diseases that are somehow related to or correlate to gum disease.
Periodontal disease, periodontitis, and even gingivitis are all different stages or just different names for the same disease process.

It basically means there is enough of a 'bad bacteria' population that secretes  acidic toxins to begin or continue the desctruction of tissue around your teeth.   When this tissue destruction carries on too far, the teeth will become loose and fall.

Stopping this process or preventing it, should be a priority for the majority of people on this planet.  Estimates vary, but many professionals suggest that a very large segment of people have some gum disease right now.  Many just do not know they have it.

That is a shame, since gum disease happens to be the number one cause for people losing teeth.  Unfortunately, many people will not become aware of it until a tooth is loose or it is time for an expensive treatment to try and prevent further damage.

Not everyone on this planet will escape the clutches of gum disease.  But, wouldn't it be great if you were one of the lucky ones who figured it out and where able to avoid the ravages of this problem?


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