The teeth and gums can be affected by the hormonal changes experienced during menopause. During this transition you should visit your dentist to ensure you maintain good dental health.
– Decreasing estrogen can impact oral health, including dry mouth with less saliva to protect teeth from bacteria and acids.
– The alveolar bone which helps support the teeth may be less dense due to osteoporosis during menopause.
– Gum disease may become worse as other oral issues get worse, causing tooth sensitivity and loose teeth.
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