Senior Dental Care is DifferentOur teeth mature and decline along with the rest of our bodies. Even our previous dental work weakens and may fracture with age. Fillings may need to be replaced before cavities set in underneath and go undetected until the roots are damaged. We are alert to the dental concerns of seniors. Plaque may concentrate on the surface of teeth and lead to decay. We check for gum infection and are always watching our patients for the signs of this problem - red, swollen, or bleeding gums when brushing or flossing, as well as loose teeth.
After years of caffeine and tobacco consumption, teeth grow dull and need professional whitening to restore their original luster. Some medications reduce the necessary flow of saliva through the mouth, and we have products that will ease this complication. We promote good nutrition, daily hygiene, and routine check-ups to help your smile stay amazing and keep your natural teeth healthy for a lifetime.
Brad Stutler, DDS
1460 North Green Street, Suite 300
Brownsburg, IN 46112