FAQs About Dental Care For A Parent With Alzheimer's Disease

Posted on: 4 February 2016
As the caregiver of a parent with Alzheimer's disease, you have to ensure that his or her hygiene and health are properly tended to. Your parent's dental hygiene is part of the care regimen. If you are caring for a parent with Alzheimer's, here is what you need to know about his or her oral health. What Health Problems Can Occur? Regardless of medical condition, everyone has the potential to develop dental problems.
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Benefits Of Dental Implants

Posted on: 4 February 2016
If you need to have a missing tooth replaced, your dentist may offer you a few options including dental bridges, partial dentures and dental implants. In many cases, dental implants can offer the best longevity and strength when compared to your other options. Here are some of the many benefits of dental implants.  Long-Lasting Dental implants are made out of a very strong porcelain material for the crown and titanium for the base.
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Three Possible Reasons Why Your Mouth Is Often Dry

Posted on: 20 November 2015
Do you often feel like your mouth is dry and sticky? While dry mouth may seem mostly like a minor annoyance, it puts you at an increased risk of tooth decay and gum disease. Thus, you should do some digging to figure out what is causing your dry mouth, rather than just ignoring it. Here's a look at three conditions that can contribute to chronic dry mouth. Diabetes If you have not been diagnosed with diabetes, you should be aware that chronic dry mouth may be an underlying sign of this condition.
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Serving The Underserved: Dental Outreach Programs In Canada

Posted on: 5 October 2015
Working as a dentist in Canada (at a place like Family Dental Care by East Mall Family Dental) means that you probably spend most of your days working out of an office or clinic close to a major metropolitan area. You have regular patients and see many people. However, some dentists are not content with the predictability that this type of work brings. In fact, they want to do much more with their licenses and education, and for them there are a number of dental outreach programs for the underserved.
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