‘Harmless’ dental practice doubles the risk of brain tumors

This is why I never let them do this to me at the dentist…

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‘Harmless’ dental practice doubles the risk of brain tumors

Doctors and dentists have always tended to be quite flippant about the risks from x-rays.

They seem to believe that the amount of radiation we are exposed to from x-rays are insignificant in terms of our overall health.

Granted, some doctors might admit that higher doses of x-rays from CAT scans or chest x-rays slightly elevate the risk of future disease…

…but that this risk is worth it because of the benefits of diagnosing brain and lung disease.

But there really is no safe level of ionizing radiation.

Recent research into the effects of dental x-rays have proven what some of us have known all along.

Even dental x-rays significantly increase the risk of cancers and noncancerous but potentially very troubling brain tumors decades later.

Recent studies showed a doubling of the rates of one type of brain tumor from some types of dental x-rays.

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The human research was carried out at the School of Medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle. The paper was published in Cancer.

Most of us have had dental x-rays decades ago.

The dentist and dental assistants would scurry out of the room after telling us that there’s nothing to worry about…

Before giving us a dose of ionizing radiation in order to get a good look at our teeth or jaw.

These days it’s accepted that these types of x-rays may cause brain tumors.

“Ionizing radiation is a likely cause of intracranial meningioma.”

These aren’t the most lethal brain tumors out there but they do kill 1 in 8 adults over the age of 40 in the 5 years after first diagnosis.

The researchers investigate the effect of different types of x-rays, which produce various different doses of ionizing radiation…

And the risk of these brain tumors decades later.

“The authors determined whether the risk of intracranial meningioma was associated with past dental X-rays-specifically, posterior bitewings, full-mouth series, and lateral cephalometric and panoramic radiographs.”

The research was carried out using data from people living in Washington state.

The authors examined information relating to 200 people who had been diagnosed with the condition.

“200 case patients had an incident intracranial meningioma that was confirmed histologically during life between January 1995 and June 1998.”

That information was compared against a random sampling of another 200 people who lived in the same region.

They were randomly contacted by phone, chosen for similar demographic and health profiles, and agreed to provide dental and health info to the researchers.

“Exposures were determined during an in-person interview. The authors compared self-report and dental records in a subset of study participants.”

The study showed that the dental x-ray procedure which causes the highest dose of ionizing radiation, if used multiple times…

…could double the risk of being diagnosed with this brain tumor.

“The full-mouth x-ray series (greater than or equal to 6 exposures over a lifetime) was associated with a significantly increased risk of meningioma (odds ratio, 2.0).”

The more of these x-rays people had the more elevated the risk of brain tumor was.

The research also showed that women were at a greater risk of brain tumors after exposure to these x-rays.

(Probably because women tend to have higher levels of carcinogenic estrogen…).

“The risks in these analyses were even greater when only women were considered.”

It is true that most x-ray exposures these days produce less radiation – that’s a good thing.

But it’s also true that every dose of radiation increases your risk of developing cancer in the future.

Occasionally an x-ray might be worth the risk.

But it’s always something worth considering – and it’s always worth “shopping around” if possible.

You want to find the x-ray services which will provide the lowest dose of x-ray in the case of a necessary but not-emergency procedure.

“Dental X-rays involving full-mouth series performed 15-40 years ago, when radiation exposure from full-mouth series was much greater than it is now, were associated with an increased risk of meningioma.”

You should always consult your healthcare practitioner for guidance on medical diagnosis and treatment.

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Dental X-rays and the risk of intracranial meningioma: a population-based case-control studyhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/14983499/