Comprehensive Dental, Hearing, Vision, and Podiatry services are offered directly in your facility. Together we share the common goal in providing the highest quality care in a compassionate and professional manner.
Proper dental care is imperative to the overall health and quality of life for your participants and residents. With appropriate care, pain and systemic disease can be prevented or minimized. Poor oral health is particularly important for the elderly community that do not have the ability to regularly brush or care for their oral well-being.
Those over the age of 65 are more at risk for oral cancer and require regular screenings.
Nearly all adults (96%) aged 65 years or older have had a cavity: 1 out of 5 have untreated tooth decay.
Nearly 1 out of 5 adults aged 65 years or older have lost all of their teeth. Complete tooth loss is twice as prevalent among adults 75 and older.
There is a strong connection between gum disease and heart disease. Good oral hygiene can be a powerful weapon against heart attacks, strokes, and other heart conditions.
Most Common Dental Services
Oral Health Instruction
Proper hearing care is important for the welfare of participants and residents. Having trouble hearing can not only be isolating, but it can also be dangerous. Hearing loss is a common occurrence in people over the age of 65 and with proper testing and treatment, this can be aided.
1 out of 3 people over the age of 65 have some degree of hearing loss.
Cognitive problems and memory loss develop up to 40% faster even with mild hearing loss
The risk of falls is much greater with hearing impairment.
Hearing loss is 30% higher in those with higher sugar levels.
Most Common Audiology Services
Ear Wax Removal
Hearing Aid Repairs
Over the age of 60, the number of eye diseases that may develop and affect vision are more prevalent and early detection is key. That is why it is essential participants and residents receive regular eye exams and treatments. Loss of eyesight can lead to injuries and isolation, resulting in trips to the emergency room and poor mental health.
By the age of 65, approximately 1 out of 3 adults have some form of vision-reducing eye disease.
Uncorrected poor vision is associated with an increased risk of decline in cognitive function, painful and costly falls, and depression.
Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness in the world.
More than 30% of Americans diagnosed with diabetes have some form of diabetic retinopathy.
Most Common Vision Care Services
Measurement Cornea Thickness
Lenses and Frames
After a lifetime of use and supporting you, it is no surprise that many older adults develop foot problems. With sedentary older adults, they become more prone to diabetes and vascular disease, causing blood flow issues to the feet resulting in many issues. Early detection is key with podiatry issues and that is why it is critical that participants and residents receive regular foot treatment and exams.
People over the age of 50 are more likely to have foot pain if they also have a chronic disease.
1 out of 3 of all older people has fungal infections of the toenail.
Reduced circulation in diabetics can result in gangrene and amputations.
Most Common Podiatry Services