Recent research has identified a link between the management of high blood pressure with medication and gum disease:
– The study showed that blood pressure medication did not work as well in people with gum disease compared with those who had good oral health.
– It is important to treat high blood pressure to avoid chronic conditions such as kidney disease, or events such as strokes, heart attacks and heart failure.
– People with high blood pressure should look after their teeth and visit the dentist regularly to avoid gum disease.
“Gum disease may interfere with high blood pressure control, a new study suggests.”Back to Blog
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