Study: Treating gum disease lowers medical costs

03/27/2013 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Treating gum disease can lower overall medical costs for pregnant women and people with rheumatoid arthritis, according to a University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine study for United Concordia. Other studies have linked good oral health to lower costs for people with diabetes or cardiovascular disease.

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