estrogen replacement therapy reduces the risk of tooth loss in postmenopausal women

A recent study published in the American Dental Assoc's journal shows that estrogen replacement therapy reduces the risk of tooth loss in postmenopausal women.

This makes sense. Estrogens seem to help strengthen the bone that support the teeth.

In fact, tooth loss can be an early sign of osteoporosis.

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