Dental Concerns for Adults 40 – 60 and 60 Plus
According to the American Dental Association, people in this age group have three or more decayed or missing teeth as a result of untreated oral health problems.
When adults over 60 neglect any part of their oral health, there can be even more severe consequences than decayed or missing teeth.
Disease Control with Good Oral Health Practices
It has been proven time and again that neglectful oral health habits will lead to more serious health issues as we age.
Although good oral health habits should be a part of your young developmental years, consider the age of 40 the foundation of your overall health patterns for the years to come. We all know that as we age, we are susceptible to changes in the overall functioning of our immune system, our bone health and heart health. These facts make it vitally important to be diligent in the care of our teeth and gums.
As we have discussed in several of our previous News posts, bacteria in the gums can seriously affect the health of your teeth, gums and, by entering the body, bacteria can affect vital organs that determine if we are aging in good health or in bad health.
The Right Dentist for Adult Dental Care
Ocean County dentist, Dr.Ron Rotem is known for his expert dental treatment for adults ages 40 and over.
His dedication to good oral health; knowledge of prevention of gum disease and reputation for turning around an unhealthy oral situation into a healthy beautiful smile is a testament to his professionalism and dedication to his patients.
If you are aged 40 plus, look to Dr. Ron Rotem for the adult dentistry skills to keep your teeth, gums and overall health in tip-top shape.
And don’t forget your part in maintaining your oral and overall health. If you are over 40, stay diligent in your daily brushing and flossing routine to avoid the common dental concerns for adults over 40.