District Dental Association

Dentistry is a theme for all ages. Just seniors dentistry is becoming increasingly important for a sustained quality of life in old age. On the subject of oral health, age shouldn’t matter. As for people of advanced age, healthy and mostly painless teeth contribute significantly to the quality of life. Because who permanently suffers from a poorly fitting dentures, painful areas in the mouth or mouth dryness, can concentrate hard on other things. The attention span decreases because of persistent pain, while the symptoms may even continue to improve. Worse to come constraints in the way of life of the person concerned, such as incontinence or difficulty walking.

These handicaps make it difficult very often for many older people, independently and in particular regularly to visit a dentist. It is all the more important for members to assist their relatives in the oral care. Because often there are just familiar people in the environment of the person concerned, the perceive any problems first. So, about the absence of solid food or persistent bad breath are clear evidence for an existing dental action. The choice of the dental practice should be not taken lightly. A practice in the neighbourhood is indeed offered, should be also accessible, with Walker or wheelchair allow easy access and patient.

A good example of such dental practice is the practice of dentistry in Stuttgart-red, which will have a lift from March 2011. The seniors dentistry is an integral part of the treatment spectrum of the dentists Dr. Erich Kleinknecht, Dr. Werner Kupferschmid, Thomas Rehmert and Dr. Irina Przybille. Comprehensive personal advice and individual treatment approaches in the forefront of trading of the doctors in the practice of dentistry are available. The practice offers for immobile patients also home and home visits. It also has Dr. Erich Kleinknecht as Stuttgart of seniors and people with disabilities officer District Dental Association on great experience in improving the care for older and disabled people.