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Could Asthma Lead to a Higher Probability of Gum Disease?

Many studies have indicated that gum disease can be a causal factor with many other conditions. Brazilians have now found that those with asthma are at a higher risk of developing gum disease.

  • Their chances increased by up to 20 per cent in specific cases.
  • Some feel that dry mouth plays a significant role.
  • Regularly visit your dentist in order to protect your teeth and gums.

“A Brazilian study has highlighted the need for people with asthma to pay close attention to their dental health.”

More information can be found by following this link:

https://lerablog.org/health/services/study-links-asthma-with-increased-risk-of-gum-disease/

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Loran Simon

Dental Care Tips is a dental news website for patients. We also provide a free service to help patients find local dentists. Dental Care Tips is operated by Somnowell Marketing, a digital marketing agency for dental practices. We also founded Somnowell, the ground breaking anti-snoring device invented by Prof. Simon Ash.