Diabetes can be diagnosed from the gums

Specialists ensure that the symptoms of diabetes can be interpreted in many cases by dentists who have specified that periodontal disease and general health problems or discomfort that are recorded in the gums, can alert the existence of an undiagnosed diabetes , especially if the gums have recurrent sores or persistent bleeding that does not disappear despite insisting on oral hygiene.

Also people who are aware of having diabetes, should be more careful with the health of their mouth, because their pathology can hinder or delay the cure of their dental ailments and in this situation, it is recommended that people and especially those with diabetes, go to the dentist every six months to undergo revisions and professional hygiene of your mouth, as a way to avoid later complications that force you to have to go through longer and unpleasant treatments to overcome them.