Survey says women are more concerned about tooth loss and oral health than weight gain

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Apparently, over 80% of women are more concerned about tooth loss and oral health than weight gain.

survey found that women over the age of 35 have put losing a tooth and maintaining a healthy mouth at the top of their health concerns. Despite this level of concern, just 35% of the women surveyed admitted that they only make an effort with their oral health regime in the immediate days and weeks before and after a visit to the dentist.

Results also showed that more women than men visit their dentist regularly, with 78% visiting the dentist at least once a year, compared with just 65% of men.

At The Exeter Dental Centre preventative care is at the heart of what we do. There is no better treatment than maintaining a healthy mouth and visiting the dentist regularly. However, we are also able to help those who may need help after losing a tooth, or anyone suffering with gum disease and other mouth problems.

We are seeing more and more people taking extra care to look after their teeth and investing in maintaining them as best they can – something that we at The Exeter Dental Centre are passionate about.

Mike Hesketh 

Owner and Principal Dentist 

The Exeter Dental Centre