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Category: Dental Issues

Dental Resources

February 24, 2017 10:55 am

You may have heard that I will be giving a lecture at the California Dental Association’s 2017 meeting.   In preparation for the lecture, I have come across some excellent information with the assistance of and dental resources from Dr. Armen Mardirossian of Mardirossian Periodontics and Implants.

The following Dental Resources are part of many of the resources I have used to complete this lecture series for the Dental Association. Periodontal disease can effect every body system and should be addressed to avoid further damage and complications. We can not over emphasize the importance of good dental care. In addition, following weight loss surgery, supplementation of vitamins and minerals is extremely important. Always seek the care of a professional when dealing with dental issues or other physical symptoms.

We are sharing these resources with our patient population in order to shed some light on this topic.  You can also find a previous webinar on the topic of Dental Issues After Weight Loss Surgery here.

For complete dental resources click  here (385.8 KB).

dental resources on medical problems
dental resources on medical problems

Thank you Dr. Mardirossian for your assistance.

Dental Issues after Weight Loss Surgery

October 13, 2014 10:53 pm

Please click the link to view the webinar on Dental Issues after Weight Loss Surgery.  A special thank you to Armen Mardirossian, DDS, MS Diplomate for his contributions to this article.

Update for Feb. 2017 Dental Resources here.

Dental Issues after Weight Loss Surgery Webinar here.

Anatomy of a Tooth
Dental Issues after Weight Loss Surgery
Factors that contribute to Dental Issues

This is a review of data regarding weight loss surgery and dental health.  I am not a Dentist so please follow up with your Dental Health Care Providers if you are having any issues.  Always keep your health care providers informed of your overall health status.