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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Dental Problems For Diabetics

By Owen Jones

The foremost difficulty for diabetics is not the lack of insulin, it is the result of the deficiency of insulin and that result is that the blood becomes ultra-saturated with sugar (or glucose).

Everybody's blood has sugar in it, the blood carries this energy to the limbs and organs to keep them functioning, but there is a fine balance between enough and too much.

Insulin regulates that balance, so if you do not make enough insulin, as diabetics do not, your blood becomes dense and sugary. That does not sound too bad on the face of it.

Maybe a diabetic should be able to run further and faster than others with all that extra energy being pumped about the body.

However, it does not work like that. The thick, syrupy blood cannot get into the fine veins and capillaries, which means a deficiency of energy in these places, which are often at the very ends of your body and in internal and external organs.

Skin, hair, eyes, teeth and toes are all starved of the sugars they require to keep them going, not just to keep them super-fit. The places with the finest blood vessels begin to go first.

Not only that, but where the blood does get to can become more easily infected, because the bacteria think it is party time with all that additional food/energy in the blood.

A small infection that the body;s immune system could usually have dealt with in a day or two soon gets out of hand. This is a major difficulty for diabetics and one of the areas that is easily infected is the mouth.

Without the regular dental check-ups that affluent people can afford, the mouth would often be infected, as it still is in poorer countries and among poorer classes in rich countries. Children and older people are always needing fillings, extractions and infections sorted out.

For diabetics who do not seek appropriate dental care this can soon become a major problem. Smoking worsens the problem. The concerns really start to mount up for smokers over the age of 45 when dental problems usually start to resurface after 20 odd years of relatively healthy teeth and gums.

Periodontitis is especially dangerous for diabetics. Periodontitis is an infection that affects the bones and gums in the mouth. It manifests itself in receding, bleeding gums. This exposes the blood rich in sugars to infection. Diabetics ought to inform their dentist of their condition and go for a check-up every six months.

Diabetics can easily lose all their teeth if they get periodontitis and it is readily done with high blood sugar levels. The first sign of such dental issues is bleeding teeth or gums.

It is imperative to regulate the blood sugar level to as close to normal as you can to avoid these and other complications and the two first keys to use are diet and exercise, otherwise you may have to resort to medication.

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