podcast

May 31, 2021

How Dental Health Affects Hormonal Health

with podcast guest

Dr. Leedia Riman

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Dr. Leedia Riman is a dentist whose mission is to start a movement empowering and educating women and mothers about the importance of preventive oral health. She believes gynecology and dentistry should go hand in hand because hormonal changes have such a tremendous impact on every single transition of a woman’s oral health. Leedia practices biological dentistry, which means she utilizes some pretty amazing tools to preserve teeth and prevent systemic dental problems.

In this episode, we talk about the connection between your dental health and your overall health, how your body’s natural hormonal fluctuations affect your dental health, what you can do to maintain good dental health during pregnancy, how hormonal birth control, IVF, and egg freezing impact your dental health, and so much more!

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Highlights

  • Why I stopped seeing traditional dentists
  • The connection between your dental health and overall health
  • How your lifelong hormonal fluctuations impact your dental health
  • Why girls entering puberty are more susceptible to gum disease
  • What it means when your gums bleed
  • How hormonal birth control, IVF, and egg freezing affect your dental health
  • Why Leedia recommends an aggressive approach to prevention
  • The negative impact of periodontal disease on fertility
  • Why it’s crucial for pregnant women to be proactive about their dental health
  • What you can do to prepare for pregnancy from a dental perspective
  • The problem with root canals
  • Energetic connections between your teeth and the rest of your body
  • Taking responsibility for your dental care

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