Patients Rheumatoid arthritis
Have your teeth been affected by your symptoms or by your treatments?
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Sometimes our teeth are affected by both chronic illnesses and their treatments. RA can cause gum disease like gingivitis can. RA treatments can cause dry mouth leading to poor mouth health.
Have you experienced declining oral conditions? Do you know what was the cause? What was the result, did you find a solution to declining mouth health? How do you cope?
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Since being diagnosed in 2019 with PPMS or I call it “ the disease that keeps on taking “ I’ve had 7 teeth pulled due to this disease. It’s bad enough to lose mobility but now teeth? At a loss for what to say or do at this point. Totally stinks.
When I had my last chemotherapy all of my fillings fell out. I have not been able to afford to have them attended to.
Yes, my teeth have been affected by AS.
I also have sjogrens so my teeth have for sure been affected!
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