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Can mental stress affect my oral health?

Yes, stress can affect oral health. The most common problem with psychological stress is teeth clenching. This can happen without you realizing it. In severe...

Can mental stress cause mouth ulcers?

While there is no direct evidence to support that mental stress can cause mouth ulcer, there are some evidence that suggests that stress can...

Does diabetes make your teeth fall out?

Diabetes can take a toll on your entire body including your oral health. Diabetes is linked to tooth loss mainly because people with diabetes...

Does diabetes cause peridontal disease?

If you have diabetes, you are at a higher risk of developing periodontal diseases. Periodontal diseases are the infections in the gum and bone...

Can a dentist tell if you have diabetes?

Your dentist can surely spot symptoms of diabetes but a conclusion can only be drawn after a proper blood diagnostic. One sign of diabetes...
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