Erectile Dysfunction is a very sensitive topic for both men and women.  When this occurs, many men may feel inadequate in front of their partner, and, many women may feel less desirable to their partner.

One of the first places to look for help and treatment besides your doctor is your dentist.

According to, “A new study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine found that men in their 30’s who had severe periodontal disease were three times more likely to suffer from erection problems. While this study suggests an association between erectile dysfunction and periodontal disease, the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) believes more research is needed before conclusively linking the two.”

Doctors often refer to “risk factors” as the factors that help to contribute to a health condition.  Lifestyle patters and choices are typically the foundation of how risk factors develop that lead to these conditions.

Besides taking the step to see your doctor and dentist, what are the other risk factors you can reduce in your life that will help to lead to a more intimate and fulfilling life with your partner?

Other Considerations for Periodontal Disease

Did you know that a man’s health is also impacted in the following ways from Periodontal Disease?

  • Prostate Health
  • Heart Disease
  • Impotence
  • Cancer

Confidentiality and Trust

If you, or your partner, are suffering from Erectile Dysfunction we want you to know that our team is here to help you.  Here is what you can expect when initiating a call to us:

  • That Erectile Dysfunction in men is more common in than you think and that there is help for you.
  • When contacting our office for a dental appointment we will keep all of your information confidential.
  • When speaking with one of our Doctor’s your conversation will occur in a comfortable private setting.
  • You and one of our Doctor’s will put a plan in motion to help treat dental risk factors that may be contributing your overall health concerns.