Proper oral hygiene is a cornerstone of good dental health, especially amongst the elderly population or individuals with complex medical conditions. While the importance of good oral hygiene in the elderly population sometimes goes overlooked, our team is dedicated to making sure everyone has the chance to receive high-quality, safe, gentle dental care and treatment.
If your elderly loved one is facing dry mouth, gum disease, dental decay, or other dental concerns and is facing unequal access to dental care, it is our mission to help. We do this is by providing ongoing patient education through our blog and high-quality mobile dentistry. We continually update our blog and address topics on mobile dentistry, gum, denture, and oral health, how to prevent dental decay in the elderly population, special dental concerns for the elderly population, and more.
If there is a topic or question you'd like to see covered on our blog, please be sure to let us know. We are dedicated to providing continuing patient education regarding oral hygiene in the elderly population.
Dentures are an excellent option for individuals with missing teeth to restore the look and function of their smile. Although dentures are constructed of durable materials, they will eventually need to be adjusted, repaired, or replaced.
Have your dentures gone from pearly white to discoloured and dull? Fortunately, there are several ways to help whiten your dentures and restore them to their original brightness. Here, we’ll cover how to clean dentures, how to whiten your dentures and all the denture care basics.
Whether you are 25 or 85, a healthy smile is an important part of looking and feeling good. Decay, loose dentures, missing teeth, and other oral health issues can lead to a range of issues, including social isolation, decreased self-esteem, poor nutrition, and more.
If you are wondering what services are covered or what dental insurances are accepted, read on to get answers to some of our most frequent payment questions.
Good oral health is crucial for the overall health and well-being of older individuals, especially those with complex or chronic health conditions. Unfortunately, the importance of dental care for the elderly is often overlooked.