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Impact of Edentulism ( Missing teeth)

Missing teeth one, few or All isn’t just a problem. It’s a pandemic, affecting hundreds of millions all over the world!.

Science has increasingly shown how this disease can have a devastating impact, not only on the oral well being of the individual but on their overall general health as well. It has shown that edentulism has been linked to a variety of other conditions such as:

  1. Cancer
  2. Gastrointestinal disorders
  3. Heart disease
  4. Diabetes
  5. Kidney disease         

          “I believe that our patient’s oral health is an integral component of overall health and wellness and well-being.”

Dr. Irfan Atcha DDS DICOI DIDIA

Chief Dental Implantologist (founder, owner ) New Teeth Chicago Dental

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