Research first to link periodontal disease to increased artery thickness

02/9/2005 | Reuters

In the first research to directly measure oral bacteria and compare it with artery thickness, a new study links the presence of periodontal disease with an increased thickness of the carotid artery. Researchers add that treating the gum disease may be to no avail, because the damage may be preventable, but not reversible.

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