Focus on Oral Care

Did you know people with diabetes are twice as likely to develop gum disease compared to people without diabetes? For American Diabetes Month, Colgate Total has joined with the American Diabetes Association to spread awareness about the link between diabetes and oral care. A picture is worth a thousand numbers. Check it out below. Then learn more about how to improve YOUR oral health regimen.

 

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Last Modified Date: November 18, 2013

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