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Dental Care for Seniors

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The older we get, the more important maintaining different aspects of your body’s health becomes. Getting enough exercise and maintaining a healthy balanced diet are necessary in order to live a long life free from pain and health issues. Advanced age can also make someone more susceptible to oral care problems. Here are a few examples of said problems: “Darkened teeth . Caused, to some extent, by changes in dentin — the bone-like tissue that underlies the tooth enamel — and by a lifetime of consuming stain-causing foods and beverages. Also caused by thinning of the outer enamel layer that lets the darker yellower dentin show through. Diminished sense of taste . While advancing age impairs the sense of taste, diseases, medications, and dentures can also contribute to … Continue Reading

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How to Maintain Healthy Teeth and Gums

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The benefits of a healthy smile are plentiful (clean and bright teeth, healthy gums, fresh breath, etc). The healthier you keep your mouth, the better your overall health will be. The question is though, what are the best ways to achieve and maintain a healthier mouth? Here are some of the best ways to keep your teeth and gums looking and feeling their best: “Replace Your Toothbrush – Toothbrush bristles fray, flatten, and wear over time. To help keep your smile bright, replace your manual toothbrush every three or four months; for electric toothbrush heads, follow the manufacturer’s advice. Feeling sick? Avoid harboring germs by replacing your toothbrush at the beginning and end of your illness. Take Care of your Tongue – Tackle bad breath every time you brush … Continue Reading

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