According to the Alzheimer’s Association, nearly 6 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease, a number that is expected to reach 14 million by the year 2050. Researchers have long strived to better understand this degenerative brain disease in an effort to develop a cure – and recently hit upon a surprising scientific breakthrough. New research has revealed a possible link between oral health and mental health, which could lead to new pathways to prevent diseases such as Alzheimer’s. Curious to know more about the cause of Alzheimer’s in Memorial? Keep reading below.
Mark Gray DDS Blog
February 21, 2019
January 14, 2019
Gum disease in Memorial is a condition that affects over 85% of adult Americans, and, unfortunately, it is still on the rise. Given that the mouth is the window to overall wellness, can the related toxins contribute to heart disease? That question is answered as you continue reading, and you’ll also learn about ways to prevent and treat the condition.
December 16, 2018
If you’ve just had your wisdom teeth removed, then you can expect to experience some soreness after this procedure. For most people, the discomfort dissipates, and in a matter of a few days to a week you’re back to your old self again. However, what if the extraction site is extremely painful? In that case, you need to see your dentist immediately. You may have developed a dry socket after extraction in Memorial. Read on to learn more about this condition, what can be done and how to prevent a dry socket from happening.
November 21, 2018
Often times, we tend to view overall health in segments. Thus, it may not seem that a problem in one area could have an effect on another part of the body. Your dentist in Memorial says that can be a costly misconception that limits the chances of recovering from illnesses and conditions. An example is the connection between your gastrointestinal health and dental wellness. As you read on, learn how the two are related.
November 13, 2018
Missing teeth in Memorial can do more than impact your appearance. They can also interfere with the normal digestion of food. When this happens, the consequences can include indigestion, difficulty in swallowing and nutritional deficiencies. The solution is to see your dentist for a checkup and full evaluation.