Older adults can face a variety of oral health issues, from cavities and root decay to dry mouth. It’s important to practice good oral hygiene throughout your life to keep your teeth and gums in the best condition as you age. Regular visits to your dentist every year is also key to ensuring your teeth can last a lifetime.
However, there may come a time when you face tooth loss and need to consider dentures or dental implants to not only keep you looking and feeling your best but to ensure you can communicate and eat properly. Consumer Affairs has provided a guide all about dentures and dental implants to explain the differences between the two options and to allow you to compare brands. The guide gives helpful information on how to purchase and maintain dentures and dental implants, as well as offer reviews from experts and customers on local providers. Click here to view the guide at any time.