Most people know that gum disease can affect the life of their teeth, however, they are unaware of the effect it can have on their dental implants as well. We outline in this article how existing dental implants or new ones can be affected by it.
When it comes to a suspicious lesion on your Chest X-ray, a number of things can be flying through your head at once. Cancer is a possibility doctors will need to rule out but there are some other causes that are not as dangerous or lethal as cancer.
Food getting stuck in the gums every time you eat can suck the joy out of eating. Why does it happen? Does it indicate the presence of gum disease or could there be other causes? We discuss the various possibilities and their solutions in this article.
Gum disease and heart disease appear to be completely different problems with very little in common between them. That is true, however, recent evidence has suggested that there may be a surprisingly close link between them. Read on to find out.
Tarry stools are t a very worrying symptom in medicine and you need to get to an emergency room immediately if you find yourself with this condition. Numerous conditions can predispose you to having tarry stools so learn which ones are dangerous for you.
No one really thinks about their teeth until they have a problem. One of the common problems that people face is having loose teeth. What causes the teeth to become loose? How can it be prevented or treated? Read on to find out.
Diabetes is a chronic disease that has some well-known side effects. One of the newer complications that have been attributed to diabetes is gum disease. We explore the link between gum disease and diabetes in this article.
Yellow stools can result from a high concentration of fat, a term called steatorrhea. There are many potential causes of steatorrhea that could signify a worrisome underlying pathology, or it could also just be a part of a normal disease spectrum.
Gray or pale stools represent a cascade of medical conditions originating from the biliary system. When there is not enough bile in your stools, it will present with a pale gray discoloration. Read more to figure out what conditions could be causing this.
When stools appear jet-black in your toilet bowl, there are many reasons behind why this may have occurred. Even though any doctor should be to worry about some type of upper GI bleeding, there a few benign reasons that could also cause this phenomenon.