Senior Dental Care

Senior Dental Care is Different

Aging affects not only our teeth and gums, but even our prior dental work may weaken or grow loose over time. In addition, the risk of developing gum disease and root decay increases as we grow older. Which is why regular check-ups, daily cleaning, and good nutrition remain critical components for maintaining your dental health. Even if you are not experiencing any health issues, we can help restore the luster to your teeth that years of consuming coffee, tea, or tobacco may have darkened. If you’ve been experiencing a reduction of saliva flow as a side effect from a medication you are taking, we have products to ease your discomfort.

Westshore Dentistry, Inc.  
Rajiv Motwani, DMD
4708 26th Street West
Bradenton, FL 34207
(941) 758-4543

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