Healthy Mouth Healthy Body

Adults Over 60

With the rapid advancement in field of dentistry and medical research it is now virtually easy to have a completely healthy set of teeth even in the later stages of life.

Maintaining good oral health habits now is especially important because unhealthy bacteria in the mouth not only can harm your teeth and gums but may be associated with serious medical conditions. Research has shown that infections in the mouth may be associated with heart disease, stroke, diabetes, pneumonia and other health problems that are common in older adults.

It really only takes a few simple steps, brushing and flossing daily, visiting your dentist regularly and eating nutritious foods to have Happy smile Healthy smile for Life.

Even for those elderly patients who are bedridden,they should discuss their oral hygiene care with their dentist,who can make appropriate arrangements for the patient for a home visit.

What you eat is who you are,and your teeth help you eat.Your teeth are as important as any other vital organ in your body.