The final part of our women’s dental health series looks at how you can keep your teeth strong as you age.
This month we’re taking a look at how ageing affects women’s dental health and what you can do to keep your teeth strong and healthy. How does ageing affect women’s dental health? As adults get older, some dental problems become more commonplace. However, the hormonal fluctuations that accompany the menopause […]
Continuing our two-part series on women’s dental health, we look at the effects of pregnancy on your mouth and how you can keep your teeth strong…
The second part of our three-part series on women’s dental health focuses on how pregnancy affects your teeth and gums. While pregnancy is one of the most exciting times, here at Number 18 Dental, we also see a lot of expectant mums who are concerned with how to look after […]
Women’s hormones can affect their whole bodies – including their mouths. Find out how to protect your teeth in our new three-part series on women and dental health.
What’s going on in our bodies can be reflected in our mouths, and vice versa. That’s why we decided to take a look at the important connection between women’s health and oral health. In our three-part guide, we’ll discuss puberty, pregnancy and menopause, and how you can ensure your teeth […]