Five oral diseases easily acc essible to diabetic patients Harbin Jiarun Hospital superman 2019.5.27 01 W h at o ra l d i s ea se s ca n d i a b et i c pat i e n ts s u f fe r f ro m? A c c o r d i n g t o t h e s u r v e y, d i a b e t i c p a t i e n t s a r e m o s t l y c o m p l i c a ted with a serie s o f oral diseases, of whic h infe ctious diseases are the main o nes.So what oral diseases do diabetic patie nts s uffer from?Let's get to know it. What oral diseases can diabetic patients suffer from? 1 Periodontitis The most common symptoms are bleeding gums and loose teeth over time.Generally speaking, if not actively treated, teeth will fall out in about 10 years.Studies have shown that the risk of severe periodontitis in diabetic patients is 8.5 times higher than that in the general population, and the risk of tooth loss is 2 times higher. What oral diseases can diabetic patients suffer from? 2 Oral fungal infection Most of them are candidal infections, manifested by albuginea, erythema and keratitis in the mouth.The prevalence of this disease is 8% in the general population and 16% in the diabetic population. What oral diseases can diabetic patients suffer from? 3 Erosive lichen planus This disease is second only to recurrent oral ulcer. It is characterized by reticular striation and redness of oral mucosa. Some patients have erosion of mucosa, which causes pain.Unlike recurrent oral ulcers, the disease does not heal spontaneously and often lasts for a long time.Because of the long-term presence of wounds in the oral cavity, there is the possibility of canceration. What oral diseases can diabetic patients suffer from? 4 Infection of soft tissue in maxillofacial region Mainly bacterial infection, leading to local cellulitis, manifested as red, swollen, fever, pain, fever throughout the body. What oral diseases can diabetic patients suffer from? 5 Dental caries The study found that the amount of saliva in patients with diabetes mellitus was significantly reduced, and the oral cleaning effect was weakened.Moreover, the acidity of saliva increases, which is very conducive to the growth of cariogenic bacteria. W h at o ra l d i s ea s e s ca n d i a b et i c pat i e n t s s u f f e r f r o m? • In the sur vey, researchers found that, on the one hand, diabetic patients are susceptible to a variety of infectious oral diseases; on the other hand, existing oral diseases, such as oral ulc ers, periodontitis, are difficult to control and recur in diabetic patients.In addition, more th an half of diabetic patients suffer from oral mucosal disease. 02 How to prevent diabetes mellit us? A c c o r d i n g t o t h e s u r v e y, d i a b e t i c p a t i e n t s a r e m o s t l y c o m p l i c a ted with a serie s o f oral diseases, of whic h infe ctious diseases are the main o nes.So what oral diseases do diabetic patie nts s uffer from?Let's get to know it. How to prevent diabetes mellitus? • 1. Actively control blood sugar Controlling blood sugar is the basis of maintaining oral health of diabetic patients, and is also the focus of diabetes treatment.Hyperglycemia can damage oral health, leading to gingival diseases, mucosal ulceration, infection of bacteria and fungi, etc.Blood sugar levels are more difficult to control after oral infection.Therefore, patients should eat healthily and exercise properly to control blood sugar at normal level. How to prevent diabetes mellitus? • 2. Treatment of oral diseases in time According to the law of the development of oral diseases, oral examinations are carried out every six months for the elderly.In this way, it is conducive to the discovery and treatment of some early lesions and diseases that are not easy to find.In addition, the defect, loose teeth must not be greedy for cheap, to find some visiting doctor repair or removal.In order to avoid some bad prostheses and unnecessary losses, so that they lose their masticatory function prematurely. How to prevent diabetes mellitus? If dental caries can be repaired by caries removal, hole preparation and filling, pulp disease or periapical disease can be cured by root canal therapy or apical surgery; periodontal disease can be cured by conservative methods such as local medication (periodontal pocket built-in medication) and systemic medication, and a series of comprehensive treatments such as gingivectomy, flaps, periodontal pocket curettage and bone transplantation; oral mucosal disease can be

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