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Why is Dental Health So Important in Parkinson’s?


Why is Dental Health So Important in Parkinson’s?

DentalManaging dental health and Parkinson’s is an integral part of living well. Regular dental care can minimize your risk of experiencing pain and discomfort, but most importantly, it can reduce the risk of infection, which can be a significant stressor on the body when coupled with Parkinson’s-related challenges.

In this post, we provide essential information and tools so you can learn more about dental health and Parkinson’s and improve your dental health.

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2 Comments on “Why is Dental Health So Important in Parkinson’s?

    • Susan Cassel

      March 11, 2019 at 8:40 am Reply

      Why is it important for dentist to know that I have a dbs?

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