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Oral health care for seniors

The older adult population is the fastest growing age segment of North American society. They are more functional, healthier, and more interested in maintaining their dentitions than were the senior citizens of earlier generations. However, for various reasons, their oral health problems and needs are unique. Xerostomia Xerostomia (or Dry Mouth) is a potentially serious risk factor for oral disease. The complaint of xerostomia means the physical properties of saliva are altered, and this usually indicates the protective functions of this critical oral fluid may be… Read More

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