Drooling is probably not the most common or popular topic of conversation around the water cooler. But if you drool, then you may want to have a talk with a family dentist in Canton. First of all, diagnosing the underlying cause of your drooling could be important to your general and oral health. Secondly, there may be a treatment that can help control drooling and make you more comfortable.
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March 13, 2018
At every stage of life, your smile is confronted with unique oral health issues, and you need to know the risks that accompany every age and know how to address them head on. Women in menopause already have a wide range of health concerns to worry about, and now, they will, unfortunately, need to add potential oral health issues to the mix. A study in the Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine reports that hormonal changes that occur during menopause may adversely impact oral health. In this post, we’ll discuss some of the ways hormonal changes impact your oral health and how your dentist can help you keep your smile whole and healthy.