Periodontal health can have an affect on our overall health. Statistically speaking, men are less likely to go to the dentist, even though they have a higher incidence of plaque and tartar than women. These reasons may factor into why 56.4% of men get periodontal disease compared to 38.4% of women. All of those men need to be aware of the ways in which periodontal disease in men can complicate other health issues.

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