Love and Mino’aka: How Oral Health Affects Your Love Life – by Hawaii Dental Service

As oral health advocates, we find it difficult to maintain a relationship with someone who refuses to replace his toothbrush every 3 months. It may sound picky, but we are not alone. Oral health matters more to women than men, according to a survey conducted by Delta Dental.

In fact, poor oral hygiene is one of the top reasons women say they’ll break up with someone: 27% of women say they’ll end a relationship with someone who doesn’t brush twice a day.

The survey also found that excellent oral hygiene is attractive! Nearly 80% of Baby Boomers and younger Gen Xers agree—good oral health is one of the sexiest qualities a partner can have.

Unlike finding your soul mate, preventive oral health care is simple and painlessAll it requires is brushing, flossing and visiting your dentist regularly. Who knows? Maybe you’ll find love at the dental office!

Contact us today to learn how Hawaii Dental Service can ensure a lifetime of healthy smiles for your business and employees.

MALLORIE LIM  |  Strategic Account Executive
Hawaii Dental Service (HDS)
Phone:  (808) 529-9287
Email: 
mlim@hawaiidentalservice.com

HDS is the first and largest dental benefits provider in the state, serving more than one million people throughout Hawaii, Guam and Saipan. It has the largest network of dentists with over 95 percent of Hawaii’s licensed, practicing dentists participating with HDS. As a nonprofit founded in Hawaii 55 years ago, HDS is committed to making quality healthcare affordable and accessible, in addition to providing oral health education, preventing oral disease, and increasing access to dental care for underserved populations across Hawaii.

 

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