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No part of the body can be viewed in isolation. The teeth are intimately connected with many other systems, and there is feedback between the teeth/ mouth and the rest of the body. For example each tooth is on an acupuncture meridian and a tooth ailment can affect distant parts of the body. The mouth epithelium is a protective barrier, but substances can break through this barrier. Gingivitis and gingival inflammation can contribute to widespread inflammation and play a role in many chronic diseases. Oral infections are thought to play a role in rheumatoid arthritis and other diseases such as cardiovascular disease.
Dr. Abramyan is a graduate of the University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry (UOP) She is a member of the American Dental Association, California Dental Association, San Mateo County Dental Society. She is a volunteer for Project Homeless Connect, 1000 Smiles Mission Project. She practices general dentistry with an emphasis on integrative, holistic treatments. She also very much likes esthetic dentistry to help patients have a beautiful smile!
Dr. Abramyan currently resides in San Francisco with her husband raising three kids. During her spare time , there are many things that keep her busy. She loves spending time with her family outdoors, going to San Francisco Opera House, SF Symphony and Art Museums. But her greatest joy is cooking!
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