It’s probably no surprise that as we live longer and longer, quality of life becomes ever more important. Whether enjoying a gourmet meal (or favorite treat), smiling for your grandchildren’s wedding photos, sipping a nice Pinot or laughing your way through that same funny story for the 100th time, sound teeth and gums are an important part of happy, healthful senior living.
Chewing, smiling, speaking or laughing…they’re all dependent upon good teeth.
The most common dental issues seniors bring to Wooster Dental are:
- Chipped, Loose or Missing Teeth
- Darkened Teeth
- Dry Mouth
- Reduced Sense of Taste
- Gum Disease
- Ill-fitting Dentures
In most of these cases, modern dentistry can improve your quality of life. Come see us at Wooster Dental, and let us prove it.