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    Everyone should schedule regular dental checkups and cleanings, but it is absolutely essential for elderly individuals to pay close attention to their oral hygiene. Keep in mind that skipping even one year’s worth of appointments can allow a small problem to become serious, and this will force you to deal with unnecessary pain and expenses.

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    Dentures provide a viable replacement for dental issues such as missing teeth and tissues, and they can be easily removed for cleaning purposes. Dental patients have the opportunity to receive a partial or complete set of dentures based on their specific needs.

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    Gum disease, which is also known as periodontal disease, is a condition that becomes progressively worse and can lead to tooth loss. Although most people associate gingivitis with this condition, the reality is that gum inflammation typically occurs before periodontitis develops. In other words, anyone who has been diagnosed with gingivitis needs to pay close attention to their oral health so that they can reduce their likelihood of ending up with periodontal disease.

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    According to the American Dental Association, it is important for everyone to brush their teeth at least twice a day, replace their toothbrush every three months and visit their dentist no less than twice a year for a cleaning and checkup. These guidelines have been put in place to help people maintain good oral health, and following this simple formula can help you avoid painful and embarrassing dental problems in the future.

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