Your teeth, gums, and mouth age with you, and you may discover that you are facing different dental problems later in life than you did when you were younger. Some physical changes to your mouth will put your teeth at greater risk, while decades of day-to-day use can cause your oral structures to deteriorate. Senior dentistry helps you care for your smile and maintain good oral health so that you can continue to enjoy a healthy, pain-free lifestyle as you age.

When you visit our office, our dentist will perform a complete exam of your mouth, including checking your bite, joints, teeth, gums, and soft tissues. We will also check the condition and fit of your dentures (if you wear them) to ensure that they continue to function properly.

Some of the common dental problems you may fact as you age include:

If you have any questions about senior dentistry, and to schedule an appointment with our experienced dentist, please contact our office today.