Frequency of dental visits dramatically decreases after dementia diagnosis
from Dental Tribune
Patients with dementia tend to abandon regular dental check-ups, the results of a large-scale longitudinal study have revealed. Therefore, the utilization of dental health services as well as the research group’s general oral health status significantly declined after a diagnosis of dementia was made, researchers from the Karolinska Institutet have found.
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