Category: Senior Dental Care

Dental Visits Continue Even After Dentures

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  Maintaining good oral health is essential for overall well-being, regardless of whether you have natural teeth or dentures. While dentures provide a functional replacement for missing teeth, it is crucial to understand that proper dental care does not end with getting dentures. Regular dental visits and practicing good oral hygiene continue to play a… Read more »

Dental Care For Seniors

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We offer care for kids and adults, and understand that at each stage of our life we need to offer a unique approach to dental treatment. But we also offer dental care for seniors too! In today’s blog, your Livonia, MI, dentist talks about how we offer dental care for older patients, helping them enjoy… Read more »

Dental Care For Community Seniors

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At every stage of life, we need specific treatment options to prevent oral health issue and preserve the stability of your smile. This is true for people in their senior years. In today’s blog, your Livonia, MI, dentist will explain how we provide quality care for the specific needs of our older patients.

What Makes Care For Seniors Different?

At each stage of our life, we need different levels of care for our smile. As a child, the focus is on making sure teeth erupt and develop properly, and that cavities stay at bay. As we grow older, we focus on gum health and other common issues. But what about senior care? In today’s… Read more »

Improving Smiles For Seniors

At each stage of life, we have unique dental needs. After all, kids will need different forms of oral healthcare as babies and toddlers, than they will as teens and adults. But what about seniors? In today’s blog, your Livonia, MI, dentist will look at how we address the unique challenges of helping our older… Read more »

Your Smile: 3 Things That Aren’t Normal Parts Of Aging

There are often times in your life when you convince yourself that something is happening simply because you’re getting older. In many cases, this is actually true! However, when it comes to the health of your smile, assuming things just begin falling apart and stop working quite as well just because you’re aging is not… Read more »

Do You Have Questions About Senior Care?

We often talk about dental care for adults and children, but what about seniors? As we grow older, the risk factors for a number of oral health concerns can increase, such as tooth loss. We can provide a gentle and caring approach to senior care, happily addressing any questions or concerns our patients may have… Read more »

Senior Care: The Benefits

Providing effective dental care requires us to take not only an individual’s mouth but also his or her entire life and comprehensive health into consideration. When it comes to our senior patients, we provide care focused on accommodating particular needs the same way we do for any other age group such as children, teens, or… Read more »

Seniors and Dental Health

As you age you notice your body changing. You may become a bit forgetful, your muscles may become sore easier, you may be getting a few aches and pains in your joints, or find that physical activity makes you stiff the next morning. You know your body is going to age. You’ve watched your parents… Read more »

Sensitive Teeth And Seniors

Do you flinch because your teeth hurt when you drink something hot or cold?  Have you noticed your gums lately? Do they look red or swollen, or are they pink and healthy? As we age, so do our teeth and gums. Our teeth can become discolored, stained, and worn down. Our teeth are much more… Read more »