Senior Dentistry Involves

  • Paying attention to your needs.
  • Paying attention to your medical situation.
  • Respecting your oral tissue and saliva.
  • Looking for cavities that sometimes only happen in older individuals.
  • Looking at Biomechanics and chewing abilities.
  • Coming up with financially sound solutions to problems.
  • Paying attention to not only look great,  but chew great.
  • Preventative care so things don’t go from bad to worse.
  • Keeping you out of a nursing home via good function.
  • Coming up with solutions to loose dentures.
  • Carefully listening to your needs and not put you in the same category as younger people who want a “Hollywood smile”.
  • Being attentive to your family and their needs for you.
  • Educating you so that we are always on the same page.
  • Laying out clear expectations of treatment.
  • Being extremely patient – letting you express yourself and not rush you.
  • Respecting you, giving you time to explain things and ask questions.