Keeping teeth healthy can be a challenge with age
from Las Vegas Review-Journal
Annie Lindsay writes, "All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth! Really? That's it? Two? What about 32? I prefer all my teeth. Is that too much to ask? Oral diseases and conditions are common among older adults for several reasons. Some grew up without the benefit of community water fluoridation and other fluoride products. Many older Americans do not have dental insurance, or their benefits were lost when they retired. Even Medicare, which provides health insurance for people older than 65, was not designed to provide routine dental care."
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