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Diabetes and Dental Care: Guide to Diabetic Oral Health

  By posted Jul 20th 2013
Healthy Living

India has the highest number of diabetics in the world and the numbers are only increasing. There is a proportionate rise in the complications that are associated with it. While most people know that diabetes can lead to kidney failure, strokes and heart disease, they would be surprised to learn that it can also take a toll on their teeth and gums.



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