Tooth loss linked to higher odds of dementia
Losing teeth when you're older may mean a chance of dementia, a new study suggests. A Japanese study has found that people who keep the most teeth over the age of 60 are least likely to develop dementia. However, the chance of having dementia seems to increase along with the number of teeth lost after this age, say researchers.
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