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Could I have loose teeth due to menopause?
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Dr. Ahmad Eslami
Dentistry - Periodontics
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Tooth loss
Menopause does not mean tooth loss.
Tooth loss is a function of poor oral hygiene, gum disease, bone loss (due to infection of the gum and not menopause or osteoporosis), tooth decay, accidents. So do a good home care, see your dentist for regular check ups and cleaning. And make sure you ask about the health of your gums.

In brief: Tooth loss
Menopause does not mean tooth loss.
Tooth loss is a function of poor oral hygiene, gum disease, bone loss (due to infection of the gum and not menopause or osteoporosis), tooth decay, accidents. So do a good home care, see your dentist for regular check ups and cleaning. And make sure you ask about the health of your gums.
Dr. Ahmad Eslami
Dr. Ahmad Eslami
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Dr. Luis Gonzalez
Obstetrics & Gynecology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Bone loss
Menopause increases the natural bone .
Also you collagen in general deteriorates. Consider your past dental health. Keeping updated with your dentist is specially important to prevent further loss of these materials that make for healthy teeth and gums.

In brief: Bone loss
Menopause increases the natural bone .
Also you collagen in general deteriorates. Consider your past dental health. Keeping updated with your dentist is specially important to prevent further loss of these materials that make for healthy teeth and gums.
Dr. Luis Gonzalez
Dr. Luis Gonzalez
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