It might seem odd, but it is a fact that dental hygiene plays a prominent part in your bedroom life. Teeth stand witness to your happy love life, says a study, suggesting that individuals who are in a trusting, secure and loving relationship may have good oral health compared to those in a bad one.People who are in love paid extra attention to their appearance, including dental health.
Those who were emotionally detached from their partners appeared reluctant to schedule regular preventative dental appointments, the researchers said. “The study discovered that those who try to avoid emotional intimacy, or are worried their partner would leave in times of need, were more likely to have negative oral health. On the brighter side, those in a love life, who trust the other person and have higher self-worth lead to better dentist visiting habits.