Knowing that the original Medicare program excludes coverage for routine dental services, most dentists have historically turned a deaf ear to Medicare enrollment information. Not dealing with Medicare may have worked forthe majority of dentists in the past. However, two recent changes introduced by the Affordable Care Act will directly affect dentists, making […]
by Christine Taxin
Today I read an article on keeping healthy: “Experts now worry economic troubles can lead to serious health problems, and reveal plan to prevent them!”
You’ve probably been affected by the current economic news more than you realize. No, I’m not talking about your finances — I’m talking about your health.
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The most recent and compelling research demonstrates a clear connection between periodontal disease and many of modern medicine’s most troublesome diseases, including heart attack, stroke, pregnancy complications, diabetes, and cancer, among others. Periodontal disease is known to increase levels of systemic inflammation. Proper treatment of periodontal disease has been shown to reduce these risk factors.
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