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Older Adults and Oral Health
For Natural Teeth at 80, Start Young
You may have a lot on your plate, but carve out time for dental care.
Older Adults: Don't Brush Off Dental Care
Older adults may have dental concerns that can’t be totally taken care of with just brushing, flossing, and regular cleanings at their dentist’s office.
Older Adults: Test Your Mouth IQ
If you’re unhappy about your teeth, you may not feel like flashing a grin. Whether you wear dentures or a partial plate—or have all your natural teeth—you deserve a bright smile and a healthy, pain-free mouth.
What Are Dentures?
If you have missing or badly damaged teeth, dentures can restore your smile.
What Is a Dental Bridge?
A dental bridge is used to replace one or more missing teeth. It can help with actions such as speaking and chewing.
Dentures Can Restore Your Smile
Unfortunately, about three out of five people ages 35 to 44 have lost at least one permanent tooth. Luckily, modern dentures that replace lost teeth look more natural and feel more comfortable than the dentures your grandparents may have used.
Cavities: Not Just for Kids, Older Adults Also at Risk
You may think cavities are child’s play. But tooth decay is actually the most common chronic disease among those ages 65 and older.
Senior Oral Health Quiz
Getting older can affect your oral health. Some health conditions can affect your mouth, making problems you already have worse. That’s why is especially important to get good dental care as an older adult.
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