, 2011 – WILLIAMSPORT AND COLLEGEVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA – Dr. David DiGiallorenzo, a Collegeville and Pennsylvania dental implants and periodontal treatment provider, participated in Diabetes Awareness Month in November, but he reminds diabetics year-round about understanding the dangers of gum disease.

Diabetes can be a predictor of periodontal disease, said DiGiallorenzo, periodontal surgery expert. Many of his patients who have gum disease also are diabetics. This demographic has a greater tendency of developing periodontal disease, possibly due to their higher susceptibility to getting infections. Moreover, they are more likely to lose their teeth and are more susceptible to gum disease.

“Diabetics frequently exhibit less immune response, making them open to myriad sicknesses and degenerative processes, not all of which are related to periodontics,” Collegeville, PA LANAP provider DiGiallorenzo said.

Glycemic management is crucial to successful healing in people who have LANAP- laser assisted new attachment procedure- or dental implants. DiGiallorenzo said a customized diet and nutritional regimen to supplement and remove toxicity from the body is imperative in situations such as these.

A serious gum infection could lead to unstable glycemic index in a diabetic person. That leaves the body in an energy-depleted condition. Infections in the mouth are prevalent and quiescent, so patients might not know they have an infection. DiGiallorenzo uses 3D imaging, nutritional detoxification, laser biostimulation, risk factor modification and LANAP therapy to effectively manage diabetic patients.

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To learn more about the diabetes/gum disease connection or to make an appointment, call (610) 409-6064 in Collegeville; (570) 322-4741 in Williamsport; or visit his website: www.perioimplants.us.

About Dr. David Digiallorenzo
Dr. David Digiallorenzo, or “Dr. D,” graduated from Temple University School of Dentistry in 1993 and completed a specialty in periodontics and dental implantology from the University of Pennsylvania in 1995.

He is a past associate clinical professor at the University of Pennsylvania in the Department of Periodontics. He teaches nationally and internationally and is a regular contributor to dental literature.

Dr. D’s private practice in suburban Philadelphia concentrates on periodontics, dental implantology, advanced reconstructive case management and TMJ treatment. It is a unique dental spa with two full-time massage therapists that specialize in reflexology, reiki, massage, aromatherapy and homeopathy. This combination creates a relaxed, optimal healing response.
Dr. D has two office locations: 184 W. Main St., Ste. 200, in Collegeville, PA; and 121 E. Fourth St. in Williamsport, PA.

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About Dr. Digiallorenzo:
Dr. David Digiallorenzo graduated from Temple University School of Dentistry in 1993. He completed his Specialty in periodontics and dental implantology from the esteemed University of Pennsylvania In 1995. He is best known as one of the most proficient Philadelphia, PA periodontist.

Providing state-of-the-art periodontal and implant dentistry, advanced dental diagnosis, and TMJ as well as a full dental spa – complete with massage therapists – to create a relaxed optimal healing response.

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Dr. Digiallorenzo

David Digiallorenzo
184 W. Main Street Suite 200 Collegeville, PA
Phone : 610-409-6064

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