Study: Dental Implants May Result In Better Quality Of Life For Osteoporotic Women. | Thomas J. Kepic, DDS, MSD
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Study: Dental Implants May Result In Better Quality Of Life For Osteoporotic Women.

Study: Dental Implants May Result In Better Quality Of Life For Osteoporotic Women.

 
Dental Implants in Women
Science Daily (6/12) reports on a study published June 11 in the Journal of International Dentistry that “suggests dental implants may be the best route to take” as treatment for tooth loss in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis. The study looked at women with one or more adjacent teeth missing, excluding wisdom teeth or third molars, who had restoration work done that included implants, a fixed partial denture, a removable denture, or no restoration work. “Women with dental implants reported a higher overall satisfaction with their lives, said Christine DeBaz, a third-year Case Western Reserve dental student,” who served as the study’s lead researcher.

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