Oral Health And Memory Disorders: A Guide For Caregivers

Taking care of someone with a memory disorder is challenging. There is a lot to keep track of — from doctor visits to medications — and a lot to help out with day by day. With all of this in mind, dental care may fall by the wayside in comparison to other health priorities. However, you shouldn’t overlook dental hygiene and oral health, especially if you’re already concerned about memory.

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