Tags : Oral Health

The Right Bite

Oral health may decline with age, but nutritional needs do not Christine Wehrli, of Naperville, says that her mom has never been the best teeth brusher. Now age 93, her mom can no longer eat some of her favorite dishes. “She loves lamb chops but can’t chew meat very well anymore,” Wehrli says. Her chewing challenges […]Read More

Good Oral Health Brings Smiles to Older Adults

As you might expect, Walter Lamacki, DDS, a general dentist with Dental Health Onsite and editor of the CDS Review from the Chicago Dental Society, understands the value of good oral hygiene and a beautiful smile. Yet, many older adults in the Chicago area are unable to access or afford routine dental care, which Medicare […]Read More