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There was a lot of research done in the last two decades with the goal of finding out if and how a person’s oral health relates to many different systemic conditions, such as heart disease and diabetes. To be honest, I would actually be surprised if there weren’t any connections, because I noticed that the head always stays connected to the rest of the body.

With that in mind, we can now see a mounting quantity of proof that there are numerous connections between oral and systemic health. In the majority of cases, we can see that there are correlations between some oral and systemic conditions, without necessarily establishing causality. One example is the fact that scientists are still working hard to see if diabetes makes periodontal disease worse, or if it is actually the other way around or there might be a yet unknown factor which can cause both conditions.

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