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diabetes mellitus (DM) is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in many conditions like, retinopathy, neuropathy, and cardiovascular disease.. A significant problems of the oral cavity being innervated as well. A substantial amount of research has been paid to the interaction between the mouth and DM during the last decade. Nevertheless, several studies look at the relationship between periodontitis and DM and only elevated blood glucose levels, rather than both of these conditions together. In this assessment, we will look at the possible risks of teeth, such as dental caries, dry mouth, oral mucosal disease, flavor abnormalities, and periodontal jaw pain. An epidemiological review of any of all oral complications will be performed, after which we will make recommendations on each of treatments for each will be made. Additionally, we will review pathogenic pathways associated with DM that could be seen in oral complications will be included, The aim of this review is to focus on the relation of DM with oral cavity teeth problems and their management.