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Helping Seniors Achieve Better Oral Health


A healthy mouth ensures that we are healthy overall. Without it, we cannot ingest the right amount of hydration and nutrients from food and drinks. Tooth decay and gum disease, if not solved immediately, can even lead to bacterial infections that travel to the heart. This increases one’s risk of getting heart disease.

Poor dental hygiene among seniors is often caused by disability or a medical condition. This boosts their risk of getting decay and infections. As such, our personal care services are aimed at ensuring that our senior clients prevent the debilitating effects of poor oral health.

As providers of elderly care, our caregivers can expertly assist our seniors with daily grooming and hygiene. Here are some of the things we can do to maintain great oral health.

  • Brushing teeth after meals.

    Through proper brushing, we can help eliminate bad bacteria that destroy teeth and gums.

  • Flossing to remove stubborn debris.

    Little pieces of food often get stuck in between teeth and gums. If not removed, this can discomfort and possibly inflammation. Flossing can remove food debris in no time.

  • Cleaning dentures properly.

    If our senior clients wear dentures, we make sure that they clean them properly before, during, and after every use by following the recommended cleaning and storing procedures.

  • Hydration is key.

    Water is a great mouth cleaner because it washes away leftover food and residue that cavity-causing bacteria love to eat. The cavity-causing bacteria in your mouth love to eat sugar and produce acid that wears away enamel.

Helping Hand Nurse, LLC is one of the leading Home Care Companies in Philadelphia that values your senior’s overall wellness.

For compassionate care and services, give our home health care in Bensalem, Pennsylvania, a call today!

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