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Increased Tooth Loss in Postmenopausal Women Who Smoked

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Associations between smoking and tooth loss according to the reason for tooth loss. The Buffalo OsteoPerio Study. Web Mar. 9, 2013.

Michele is an R.N. freelance writer with a special interest in woman’s healthcare and quality of care issues. Other articles by Michele are at www.helium.com/users/487540/show_articles

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Main takeaway here is to see your dentist regularly throughout life and stop smoking.

March 11, 2013 - 10:58am
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