• Gum Disease and Cardiac Arrest 12 - Aug - 2008, at 09:33 AM

  • Did You Know That the Connection between Gum Disease and Cardiac arrest Is Higher than the Connection between High Cholesterol and Cardiac Arrest. Periodontal or gum tissue care interacts with three areas relating to cardiovascular disease: effects of medications, infective endocarditic, an..

  • Dental Treatment and Heart Disease 12 - Aug - 2008, at 09:14 AM - 2

  • These days heart related problems is very common due to various reasons known to us. However in case one has heart problem, it does not mean that he/she can not get the other problems treated. Dental problems are also very common and you have to get the treatment. One can have all sorts of denta..

  • Stroke - Stroke is a leading cause of long-term disabilities. If your stroke caused paralysis of your dominant hand, a family member or caregiver can help with daily dental care. Toothbrushes and floss holders with modified handles are also available. If you wear dentures, your dentures may need to..

  • How Gum Disease Affect Overall Health? 12 - Aug - 2008, at 04:55 AM - 1

  • The current theory is that bacteria present in infected gums can become loose and move throughout the body. The same bacteria that cause gum disease and irritate gums might travel to arteries.   Researchers are unsure what causes the bacteria to become mobile, but it has been sugge..

  • A dentist may be the first one to suspect health problems, including heart disease. A sore or painful jaw is one indicator of heart disease. There's also a connection between gum disease and heart problems. By eliminating a local infection involving a tooth or the gums, patients have been able to d..

  • Loss of Teeth and Coronary Heart Disease 11 - Aug - 2008, at 19:14 PM

  • This study found there was a significant hazard ratio for total mortality, but only for edentulousness. When examined by stepwise regression of the coronary heart disease risk factors, all significance of risk from the three oral parameters was lost, smoking having the largest effect of all risk fa..

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