Due to diabetes, there is a lack of white cells in the blood of the patient, so it takes longer than normal to heal any wounds that occur in his mouth. For patients with diabetes, infection and a small mouth surgery or tooth extraction are very difficult. Diabetes patients need to take more care if they apply crown, brace, or any other orthodontic appliance. Because if there is a wound in the patient's mouth due to these, then it does not heal easily.
If someone with the dental disease also has diabetes, the risk increases further. Diabetes patients are at increased risk of oral diseases, as glucose levels in the blood of the patient are uncontrolled. This causes damage to white blood cells. In such a situation, the probability of infection in the body increases. This is more likely to happen when there is a dirty mouth. When glucose levels are high, the amount of sugar and starch in the saliva of the mouth also increases. Teeth rapidly deteriorate when the outer enamel of teeth, ie its upper layer is constantly in contact with acid. If we eat or drink more sugar or starchy things or take such things, which cause plaque to accumulate in the mouth, then bacteria start forming. If a plaque will accumulate, even a minor acid attack causes major damage to the teeth.