You are getting older. You already know that your body does not work the same now as it did when you were 20 or 30. Did you realize those changes can affect your oral health as well?
Senior citizens are more likely to develop gum disease and deal with tooth loss than young and middle-aged adults. For this reason, it’s even more important that you take preventive steps like visiting First Dental Associates for routine cleanings.
This video by the American Dental Association offers some reminders about why regular dental care like we can provide at our dentist office in Reading, MA, is needed.