We are all aware that brushing and flossing twice a day is part of a good oral health routine, however, many seniors have developed bad habits over the years. To maintain a healthy smile, your geriatric dentist wants you to stop doing these 5 things now!
Many older adults avoid getting proper dental care for a number of reasons including having limited mobility or multiple health problems. Dr. Alisa Kauffman, a top 25 dentist, is dedicated in providing the most vulnerable population with high quality and compassionate at home dental care. If you or your loved one is overdue for a dental visit, learn more about Dr. Kauffman, your geriatric dentist, or call to schedule an appointment today (917) 826-6278.
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