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Fri Jun 14 10:40:29 UTC 2013

How can diabetes affect my teeth?
Asked By: awad  

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2013-06-21 15:03:28.0

My diabetic husband does have dry mouth, I think it's more a side affect of the medications than the actual diabetes. He also has sleep apnea. There are moisturizing mouth sprays that you can purchase over the counter to help. Dry mouth can lead to tooth decay because of the bacteria.
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