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This depends on whether her teeth are rotting or just bad.
Obviously not using a toothbrush is not helping with dental care. Diabetes increases risk of infection
If her teeth are rotted, she would need extraction and false teeth, quite expensive
If they are just bad, take a look at "veneers or porcelein veneers" which are(###) ###-####euro in your area
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