Senior Citizen Care

“HE, WHO IS BORN, HAS TO GO THROUGH CHILDHOOD, YOUTH AND OLD AGE”

To lead a quality of life in old age, one needs teeth not only to appreciate taste but also for proper nutrition.

As ages, without regular visits to the dentist & good oral hygiene a number of problems can arise:

  • Dry mouth.
  • Root decay.
  • Gum disease.
  • Uneven jawbone caused by tooth loss.
  • Denture-induced tissue inflammation.
  • Overgrowth of fungus in the mouth, known as thrush.
  • Attrition (loss of teeth structure by mechanical forces)
  • Oral Cancer.

These conditions can lead to further problems which adversely affect a senior’s ability to maintain a healthy lifestyle and quality of life; including the inability to chew or eat, mouth and gum pain, irritation due to ill-fitting dentures and implants, missing teeth, cavities and decay.

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