Posted on July 23 2013

More action needed for senior’s oral health

Roughly 75 million Americans are considered to be the generation known as Baby Boomers, or those who were born between 1946 and 1964. This large portion of the population may have reinvented retirement and created a unique community for themselves, but they also have trouble with their oral health. According to a recent study by Procter & Gamble, Baby Boomers’ dental health isn’t up to par, creating other health issues throughout the body. Senior oral health is important to maintain because bacteria can build up and cause tooth decay, bad breath and gum disease……., to view more on this article or other articles please click here. More action needed for senior’s oral health….. and more