Hygiene is a cornerstone of good dental health, especially amongst the elderly population. Our caring mobile dentistry team is here to help you keep your teeth, mouth, and gums healthy.
Why Do You Need Good Dental Hygiene?
Good dental health starts with proper dental hygiene. Using the latest in portable dental equipment and technology, we can provide mobile dental treatment for bed-bound, wheelchair-bound, and generally mobility-impaired individuals who find it extremely difficult to leave where they live.
Who Do We Visit?
Mobile dentistry hygiene care can benefit individuals who cannot visit a traditional dental office due to:
- Being bed bound or wheelchair bound
- Being unable to travel to the dentist
- Wanting to be asleep during dental treatment
- Being uncooperative or aggressive during dental procedures
- Feeling afraid, nervous, or anxious of dental care
- Being physically or cognitively impaired
- Living in an aged care facility or nursing home
- Cannot find transportation to the dentist
- Prefer the convenience and comfort of dental care from their own home
How Is Mobile Dentistry Hygiene Done?
We provide high-quality dental hygiene care with our specialised, highly trained team and the latest in dental technology, equipment, and tools.
What Are the Benefits of Using a Mobile Dentist?
We provide special needs dental treatment, as well as a mobile dentist service. Our work is completed in the comfort of your place of residency.
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Along with receiving regular, comprehensive dental exams, These healthy habits are important for preventing dental decay and gum disease:
- Limit sugar intake and limit how frequently sugary foods or drinks are consumed
- Limit acidic foods
- When consuming sugar, do so at meal time when saliva production is highest
- Practice correct brushing and flossing technqiues
- Avoid excessive horizontal brushing or harsh brushing
- Use a toothpaste containing fluoride
If you act as a caregiver for a spouse, friend, or parent and they are experiencing difficulty maintaining a healthy mouth, there are ways to help:
- Help your loved ones keep their mouth clean by reminding them to brush and floss daily or helping them with their oral care routine.
- Make sure your loved one receives regular dental exams.
- If your loved one is experiencing difficulty brushing and flossing, ask your dentist for tips or different approaches to try.
- For individuals with dentures, watch their eating habits closely to make sure they are not experiencing difficulty eating or are showing a change in eating habits.
- If your loved one is confined to a bed, ensure they still receive regular dental care.