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Senior Dentistry


Dentist examining older patientWe want to help you keep your own teeth, for a lifetime of healthy smiles!
•  Continue to see your dentist for regular cleanings.
•  Let your dentist know about any medications or medical conditions you have.
•  Inform your dentist if you have an artificial heart valve, joint replacement or need to take antibiotics before dental services for any reason.

Teeth tell our age. We can help you keep them guessing:


•  If missing teeth create gaps in your smile, or if missing back teeth make it hard to chew, ask us if you might be a candidate for a dental implant.
•  Teeth shorten with wear as we age. Veneers can lengthen teeth and even help plump the lower face slightly for a more youthful appearance.
•  Cavities can form around aging dental work. Ask us about new products that stop early decay from progressing.
•  Smiles yellow over time. You can whiten teeth, reduce cavities and improve gum health: Use 10 percent carbamide peroxide (available at the drugstore as Gly-oxide) in custom trays made by your dentist. This may help improve oral health in older adults, according to the Journal of the American Dental Association.
•  Ask us about subtle facial enhancement with Botox and dermal fillers.

You are never too old for a youthful, healthy smile! Call our office for your regular checkup or cosmetic smile consultation at (425) 247-3629.

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