Bone Strength

Here’s What You Should Know About Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease, specifically, involves a loss of gingival tissue in the gums and jawbone. Among its identifying characteristics like bad breath and a consistent bad taste in one’s mouth, it is also the primary cause of tooth loss in adults. One of the primary causes of periodontal disease is osteoporosis, which is a common metabolic bone disease that occurs in postmenopausal women.

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Orthopedic Surgery and Calcium: A Bare-Bone Look at Post-Surgery Recovery

When considering the best possible options for your long-term musculoskeletal health after an orthopedic event, the most important things to consider are healing ourselves as completely and as quickly as possible, while increasing our body’s resiliency over time. In the post-pandemic medical field, navigating these choices can be scary and confusing. Experts continue to report …

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