Senior Dental Care

We provide affordable & comfortable dental care for seniors

Dental care for seniors is essential for healthy aging. While most individuals are aware of the significance of frequent medical checkups as they get older, many are unaware that senior dental care is equally crucial.

Due to various medical issues or an increase in medications, dental care for seniors vary. These modifications have a significant impact on both the dental therapy and the outcome. Our goal is to make each of our senior patients feel safe and comfortable before, during, and after their dental treatment.

Why is dental care for seniors important?

You're more likely to develop oral health problems as you get older, such as dry mouth, tooth decay, and gum disease. This is a huge cause for concern because your oral health has a big impact on your overall health. One of the most important things you can do for your general health and well-being is to maintain good oral hygiene. Here's why we take dental care for seniors so seriously:

Our Senior Dental Care Treatments

Married senior couple having orange juice and smiling
We make single dentures and partial dentures of the highest quality. We also provide relines, repairs, and adjustments.

Bright smile for whole life!
We encourage our senior patients to come in for frequent checks in order to provide them with high-quality dental care.
hands of doctor in blue gloves using drill while treating teeth
Regular cleanings will help you maintain a healthy, white smile. Our dental hygienist scrapes away any tartar that could otherwise cause gum disease.
Elder woman during the consultation with dentist

Dental Advice

We are here for our patients in every way possible. All patients are encouraged to share any questions or concerns with us. We are more than happy to provide advice on how to maintain your oral health care.

Aging gentleman being happy with his new dental implant
Dental implants are essentially a titanium post in place of your tooth’s root acting as a foundation for replacement teeth. The titanium is made from a biocompatible material that helps keep the implant secure in your jaw bone.
Porcelain Teeth
Sometimes referred to as a ‘fixed partial denture’, bridges are bonded or cemented to your teeth and do not need to be removed to sleep or to clean them. Filling tooth gaps is important, not just for appearances, but for your long-term oral health.

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Providing affordable & comfortable dental care for seniors