Dental care in seniors


Orla health care needs

Seniors should conduct daily oral hygiene care routines. They should have regular dental examinations and early minimal interventions to prevent the need for invasive and complicated procedures.


Maintaining oral health

This can sometimes become challenging.  Seniors are more likely to meet more demands and difficulties with oral health which can be caused by reduction in mobility and losses in cognitive ability, memory and mobility. Individuals who suffer with poor oral health could be in pain and discomfort, and experience problems with their mouth and jaw. They may have difficulties eating and drinking, which could lead to nutritional deficiencies and impact on their wider health. Dentists should supply guidance on the maintenance of oral health, as the techniques used to provide this support vary depending on the concern.

Make a regular visit to your dentist to keep a check on any potential oral or denture health issues, so that you may discover any problems at the earliest opportunities and react.

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