Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Senior Dental Care

Dental Care for Seniors Waterbury CT Addressing the Special Needs of Seniors
Just like our bodies, our teeth and gums show signs of wear and tear and aging. Fillings can crack or loosen and need to be replaced before cavities set in. Plaque may build up, resulting in a need for a thorough professional cleaning. Years of coffee, tea, or tobacco consumption stain teeth, and they lose their attractive luster. Seniors may take certain medications that result in less flow of saliva through the mouth.

With regular check-ups, we can stay on top of any problem and take care of it in the earlier stages. We always encourage proper daily maintenance and good nutrition to help keep your teeth and gums in good shape. If your gums start to bleed or any teeth feel loose, please let us know immediately. 

Connecticut Family Dental  
171 Grandview Avenue, Suite 103  
Waterbury, CT 06708  
(203) 574-2725

1 comment:

  1. Seniors mostly suffer from oral health problems like gum disease, tooth decay and missing teeth. Proper dental care is the key to healthy teeth and gums, especially for seniors. Without regular dental visits and following proper oral hygiene routine, serious health problems may arise in future. Therefore it is always better to limit the consumption of coffee, tea, chewing tobacco and visit an experienced dentist in Wilmington CA for professional cleanings and dental checkups. Thanks for sharing such valuable information on senior dental care. Excellent Post!