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Do You Know About Your Oral Health?


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1) People with diabetes are at a higher risk for gum disease.

3) My blood glucose level, if poorly controlled, will not have any affect on developing gum disease.

I don't need to tell both my dentist and hygienist that I have diabetes.

The first stage of gum disease is called periodontitis.

8) Bleeding gums and red, swollen, or tender gums are signs of gingivitis and/or gum disease.

9) Gum disease is often painless.

10) Only a small percentage of adults get gingivitis and gum disease during their lives.

Gum disease generally starts in your early 30's.

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