Helping people with Alzheimer’s maintain proper oral hygiene can be challenging. People in different stages of Alzheimer’s may not be able to ask for help or let you know that they are experiencing dental pain. The best Alzheimer’s experienced dentist New York City loves suggests watching for these tell-tale signs of dental problems:
According to the to the Alzheimer’s Association, prevention is the goal when it comes to dental care in the early stages because it is a degenerative disease. Obtaining access to an Alzheimer’s dental experience New York City seniors trust is an essential part of health care. If dental care is neglected, it may result in tooth decay, disease, malnutrition and behavioral problems.
If the person you are caring for has their natural teeth, there are a number of things you can do to assist them with good oral health.
Dr. Alisa Kauffman, a top 25 dentist, provides a safe and gentle Alzheimer’s dental experience New York City seniors rely on. Dr. Kauffman has experience treating patients with all forms of Dementia, not all dentists are qualified to do this. If you are interested in learning more about Alzheimer’s dental experience New York City seniors want or simply want to schedule an appointment, please contact us today at 917-826-6278.
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