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Free Huntsville Dental Day gives seniors chance to tend to oral healthFree Huntsville Dental Day gives seniors chance to tend to oral healthFree Huntsville Dental Day gives seniors chance to tend to oral health

by:Boom Home     2020-03-13
HUNTSVILLE —
Oral health care is important and should be taken seriously, especially for the elderly, who are more prone to dry mouth due to drug treatment for other diseases.
That\'s why dental healers, Sarah Robertson Smith and alarae Aldridge from the mild dental company in mascoka-
Dezarae\'s count of dental hygiene established a free dental clinic in April 22 in partnership with Dezarae.
\"Older persons in particular are often at risk.
\"Their health is declining, and some of the drugs they take make it easier for them to dry their mouth,\" Smith said . \".
Dry mouth will make plaque and tartar easier to accumulate, resulting in health problems such as gums.
Gum inflammation is the initial stage of gum disease, including symptoms such as bleeding, swelling and Gum Retreat.
Pockets between gums and teeth can also be made to collect plaque and food debris.
\"This can lead to systemic problems and increase your risk of developing diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke,\" Aldridge said . \"Earl.
\"So it\'s important for everyone\'s health, especially the elderly, because of medication.
\"Smith, a mobile dental health worker who works in the mascoka area, often meets older people and cares about their mental health.
Many of her patients suffer from Alzheimer\'s and other forms of dementia.
\"They have a lot of needs and they rely on the care of others or others.
This has a great impact on their oral health.
\"I can\'t do it for myself,\" Smith said . \".
Dementia not only limits their ability to access and receive oral care, but also limits their body.
\"They can\'t get in and clean properly as their intelligence drops (their teeth)
Aldridge saidEarl. The No.
1 cause of long-term death-term-
The nursing facility is aspiration pneumonia.
When foreign bacteria enter the lungs from the mouth, the lungs are infected.
This may be caused by people not taking care of their teeth or mental health professionals and volunteers for a long time.
Long-term care facilities improperly brush teeth or assist in brushing the teeth of residents.
Some residents, especially those with dementia or Parkinson\'s, may make them unhappy because the taste of toothpaste is sometimes strong, so it is difficult for them to keep their mouths open or refuse to help.
There is also a problem with using an electric toothbrush.
\"Sometimes it\'s not a good idea when using electric toothbrushes on other people, especially older people, because it can get rough and rough, especially when their tissue is really inflamed, smith said.
Smith and Aldridge
Earle originally wanted to hold the annual national event \"free clinic day for heart gifts\" on April 8 \".
Scheduling conflicts prevent this from happening, so they moved it to the 22nd.
\"This is (that)
I want to give back to the community to help people who can\'t get dental care, \"Aldridge said --Earl.
The gift from the heart is mainly to give people who can\'t afford oral care a way to get some. HUNTSVILLE —
Oral health care is important and should be taken seriously, especially for the elderly, who are more prone to dry mouth due to drug treatment for other diseases.
That\'s why dental healers, Sarah Robertson Smith and alarae Aldridge from the mild dental company in mascoka-
Dezarae\'s count of dental hygiene established a free dental clinic in April 22 in partnership with Dezarae.
\"Older persons in particular are often at risk.
\"Their health is declining, and some of the drugs they take make it easier for them to dry their mouth,\" Smith said . \".
Dry mouth will make plaque and tartar easier to accumulate, resulting in health problems such as gums.
Gum inflammation is the initial stage of gum disease, including symptoms such as bleeding, swelling and Gum Retreat.
Pockets between gums and teeth can also be made to collect plaque and food debris.
\"This can lead to systemic problems and increase your risk of developing diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke,\" Aldridge said . \"Earl.
\"So it\'s important for everyone\'s health, especially the elderly, because of medication.
\"Smith, a mobile dental health worker who works in the mascoka area, often meets older people and cares about their mental health.
Many of her patients suffer from Alzheimer\'s and other forms of dementia.
\"They have a lot of needs and they rely on the care of others or others.
This has a great impact on their oral health.
\"I can\'t do it for myself,\" Smith said . \".
Dementia not only limits their ability to access and receive oral care, but also limits their body.
\"They can\'t get in and clean properly as their intelligence drops (their teeth)
Aldridge saidEarl. The No.
1 cause of long-term death-term-
The nursing facility is aspiration pneumonia.
When foreign bacteria enter the lungs from the mouth, the lungs are infected.
This may be caused by people not taking care of their teeth or mental health professionals and volunteers for a long time.
Long-term care facilities improperly brush teeth or assist in brushing the teeth of residents.
Some residents, especially those with dementia or Parkinson\'s, may make them unhappy because the taste of toothpaste is sometimes strong, so it is difficult for them to keep their mouths open or refuse to help.
There is also a problem with using an electric toothbrush.
\"Sometimes it\'s not a good idea when using electric toothbrushes on other people, especially older people, because it can get rough and rough, especially when their tissue is really inflamed, smith said.
Smith and Aldridge
Earle originally wanted to hold the annual national event \"free clinic day for heart gifts\" on April 8 \".
Scheduling conflicts prevent this from happening, so they moved it to the 22nd.
\"This is (that)
I want to give back to the community to help people who can\'t get dental care, \"Aldridge said --Earl.
The gift from the heart is mainly to give people who can\'t afford oral care a way to get some. HUNTSVILLE —
Oral health care is important and should be taken seriously, especially for the elderly, who are more prone to dry mouth due to drug treatment for other diseases.
That\'s why dental healers, Sarah Robertson Smith and alarae Aldridge from the mild dental company in mascoka-
Dezarae\'s count of dental hygiene established a free dental clinic in April 22 in partnership with Dezarae.
\"Older persons in particular are often at risk.
\"Their health is declining, and some of the drugs they take make it easier for them to dry their mouth,\" Smith said . \".
Dry mouth will make plaque and tartar easier to accumulate, resulting in health problems such as gums.
Gum inflammation is the initial stage of gum disease, including symptoms such as bleeding, swelling and Gum Retreat.
Pockets between gums and teeth can also be made to collect plaque and food debris.
\"This can lead to systemic problems and increase your risk of developing diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke,\" Aldridge said . \"Earl.
\"So it\'s important for everyone\'s health, especially the elderly, because of medication.
\"Smith, a mobile dental health worker who works in the mascoka area, often meets older people and cares about their mental health.
Many of her patients suffer from Alzheimer\'s and other forms of dementia.
\"They have a lot of needs and they rely on the care of others or others.
This has a great impact on their oral health.
\"I can\'t do it for myself,\" Smith said . \".
Dementia not only limits their ability to access and receive oral care, but also limits their body.
\"They can\'t get in and clean properly as their intelligence drops (their teeth)
Aldridge saidEarl. The No.
1 cause of long-term death-term-
The nursing facility is aspiration pneumonia.
When foreign bacteria enter the lungs from the mouth, the lungs are infected.
This may be caused by people not taking care of their teeth or mental health professionals and volunteers for a long time.
Long-term care facilities improperly brush teeth or assist in brushing the teeth of residents.
Some residents, especially those with dementia or Parkinson\'s, may make them unhappy because the taste of toothpaste is sometimes strong, so it is difficult for them to keep their mouths open or refuse to help.
There is also a problem with using an electric toothbrush.
\"Sometimes it\'s not a good idea when using electric toothbrushes on other people, especially older people, because it can get rough and rough, especially when their tissue is really inflamed, smith said.
Smith and Aldridge
Earle originally wanted to hold the annual national event \"free clinic day for heart gifts\" on April 8 \".
Scheduling conflicts prevent this from happening, so they moved it to the 22nd.
\"This is (that)
I want to give back to the community to help people who can\'t get dental care, \"Aldridge said --Earl.
The gift from the heart is mainly to give people who can\'t afford oral care a way to get some.
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