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The Interesting Relationship Between Hypertension and Gum Disease

Recent research has discovered that treating those who suffer from gum disease may result in lower blood pressure readings. The fact that one out of every three adults suffers from this condition signifies that such findings should be taken seriously. What else have scientists uncovered?

  • Regularly cleaning the teeth and gums can lower systolic pressure by up to 13 points.
  • Results are even more profound from a long-term perspective.
  • As always, it is critical to visit a dentist to address minor issues.

“Aggressively treating gum disease may help lower blood pressure in people at high risk.”

Check out this link below:

https://www.webmd.com/hypertension-high-blood-pressure/news/20171114/can-treating-gum-disease-help-with-blood-pressure

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