Diabetes and dental health have two-way relationships. Dental health is very important in maintaining diabetes under control and even preventing it. Read our reinvent section to understand how tooth loss and diabetes are interconnected.
Meet our luminary no.1 Mrs. A Jeya was suffering from diabetes, lost multiple toots, and a significant amount of bone loss in the jaw, which complicated her ability to receive treatment with conventional dental practices. She had to compromise her nutritious diet which is very important in her diabetes control, because of tooth loss and chewing difficulty.
She also wanted to regain the confidence to smile with the natural-looking tooth. Being 66 doesn’t mean that she had to compromise her lifestyle right. She took the call to present her a new leaf of life with dental implants and bone augmentation.
Poor oral health and tooth loss can be added risk to patients with coronary heart disease. Read our reinvent section to understand how dental issues are linked to chronic conditions and how it is important to make lifestyle challenges like including a balanced diet is important can help these patients.
Meet our luminary no.2 - Mr Nagappan was suffering from multiple health conditions including coronary heart disease and multiple tooth loss. He decided to reinvent life at 72 with a new look and his renewed ability to chew healthy, nutritious food once again.
Untreated gingivitis (gum infection) can lead to periodontitis, which is the most common reason for tooth loss and can lead to chronic diseases. Read our reinvent section to understand how tooth loss can lead to diabetes and hypertension.
Meet our luminary no.3 Mrs Indira was suffering from periodontics. Lost multiple teeth and was not able to chew food properly, because of which she had to avoid healthier and tasty food. She was also holding herself from social interaction because of changed facial appearance, but even at the age of 60, she took the call to reinvent her life with dental implants.
Making lifestyle changes is important to delay the onset of chronic diseases and the most important change should make is to have a well-balanced diet. Having food that is easier to chew and avoiding difficult to chew but healthier foods like nuts, meat etc because of chewing difficulty or tooth loss can lead to Malnutrition. Read our reinvent section to understand how it is connected to serious health issues.
Meet our luminary no.4 Mr Prakash was severely stressed for the reason that he has lost multiple teeth even at the age of 34. He wanted to go all out socially and enjoying all those tasty foods once again with the natural-looking tooth.
Maintaining blood pressure within the range of 120/80 is important in the treatment of chronic diseases like diabetes, coronary heart disease etc. Read our reinvent section to understand how oral health condition is related to and the maintenance of blood pressure at required levels.
Meet our luminary no5. Mr.V. Sethu who understood this and decided to replace his missing tooth with natural-looking, permanent dental implant so that he could be relieved of the tooth and chewing difficulty. At age 68 he wanted to be in control on his lifestyle choices and lead a healthy life.
Arthritis is one of the most difficult chronic diseases and multiple studies have linked arthritis and dental health issues. Read our reinvent section to understand how oral health condition is important in treating arthritis and living without making life compromises.
Meet our luminary no.6 At 77 Mr. Ramasamy was leading a life of pain with all his teeth lost and an uncomfortable denture. Dental implants helped him to regain everything he was losing all along and he no longer needs to compromise his lifestyle just because he is 77