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How does a women’s oral health change throughout her life?

“BALANCE FOR BETTER” is the theme for this year’s International Women’s Day, which is observed each year on March 8. The 2019 initiative is aimed at gender equality, a greater awareness of discrimination and a celebration of women’s achievements. The day celebrates “the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women.”

On this International women’s day it should also be a call for women to demonstrate and inspire change in their everyday life by aiming at a balance in their work-life and health care “BALANCE FOR BETTER HEALTH”

Women have unique oral health needs in different stages of their life and it’s incredibly important that we change bad oral hygiene habits and understand how these habits can affect women in later stages of life.

How does a women’s oral health change throughout her life?

Although on average, women visit the dentist more often than men; women are more likely to experience sudden spikes in oral health issues. As only women experience more concentrated changes in their hormones, especially during pregnancy and menopause, there are a number of oral health issues which may surface at different stages of a woman’s life

How we can help:

Regular oral health check-ups are the best way to maintain your overall health. A 20-minute visit every 6 months is all it takes.

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