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Periodontal Disease and It’s Effects on the Human Physiology – Part 3

Feb 17, 2021
Periodontal Disease and it’s Effects on the Human Physiology – Part 3
PERIODONTAL DISEASE AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO PROSTATE DISEASE There is a direct correlation between elevated levels of PSA, Prostatitis (inflammation of the prostate) and Periodontal Disease.

PERIODONTAL DISEASE AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO PROSTATE DISEASE

Periodontal Disease and It’s Effects on the Human Physiology

There is a direct correlation between elevated levels of PSA, Prostatitis (inflammation of the prostate) and Periodontal Disease.

PERIODONTAL DISEASE AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO COLON CANCER

Periodontal Disease and It’s Effects on the Human Physiology

There is bacteria: fusobacterium nucleatum that resides in the mouth as a biofilm that can colonize in the colon and create an inflammatory process that leads to colon cancer.

PERIODONTAL DISEASE AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO PANCREATIC CANCER

Periodontal Disease and It’s Effects on the Human Physiology

Some 30,000 people succumb to pancreatic cancer. Risk factors include cigarette smoking, chronic pancreatic and some believe periodontal disease.

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