Avoided Teeth Extraction | Regular Cleanings | Elderly Patient | HOHA
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Teeth Extraction Recommended then Deemed Unnecessary Due to Regular Visits with HOHA Team Member!

Can something as "simple" as thorough weekly tooth brushing make a difference? Absolutely! When a loved one is unable to brush for him/her-self anymore it is essential to reducing the possibility of infection from an oral source. For more…

CASE STUDY:  Bill C.  93yr, dementia, cognitive impairment   Veteran

Oral Care Challenges: Generalized bleeding with brushing, moderate plaque at the gumline, 5 areas of new decay at a routine dental visit—3 months later 3 more areas of new decay HyLife recommendations: Weekly oral hygiene care services…

CASE STUDY: Bob, 80yr, mid stage Alzheimer’s Disease, cognitive impairment, Veteran

Oral Care Challenges: Forgets to brush teeth. Lots of food debris and plaque not being removed as necessary to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. Gums bleed upon brushing and flossing. Has had numerous crowns and bridges placed throughout…
Teresa & Don, Carol's Hustband

CASE STUDY: Don R. male, 97 years old , diabetic, high blood pressure, pneumonia.

Oral Care Challenges: severe gum infection with generalized bleeding, heavy plaque, heavy food debris, bad breath, severe dry mouth, diminished taste, problem swallowing, burning mouth syndrome, patchy, fissured, and very red tongue,…