Research & Reviews: A Journal of Dentistry

ISSN: 2230-8008

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rrjod maintains an Editorial Board of practicing researchers from around the world, to ensure manuscripts are handled by editors who are experts in the field of study.

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Special Issue

Geriatric Dentistry: The Challenges of the Aging Population

Abstract Submission Deadline : November 30, 2023

Manuscript Submission Deadline : December 25, 2023

Special Issue Description

Maturing is an ordinary physiological cycle that each living organism needs to go through and is viewed as unavoidable in the pattern of life. Geriatric dentistry, or Geriodontics, is the conveyance of dental care to more established grown-ups including the diagnosis, avoidance, and treatment of issues related to typical maturing and age-related sicknesses as a component of an interdisciplinary group with other medical care experts. Oral well-being isn’t discrete from general well-being yet keeping up with oral health is most certainly troublesome and different in advanced age. Even though trivial few older have physical or potentially mental circumstance that calls for specific interest in the dental working environment, one shouldn’t assume that all old local area shares these conditions. To accomplish well-being, it is important to know not many parts of advanced age. At the appointed time of advanced age body, tissues get more earnestly, an assortment of byproducts in body cells, and loss of oil prompts disabled elements of different organs. The plan, furthermore, execution of extensive preventive dentistry conventions for elderly folks gives the dental calling many difficulties. Possession of preventive information and abilities alone will not guarantee the old individual’s accomplishment of the objective of preventive directing that is, upkeep of ideal oral wellbeing status. The dental expert and patient should lay out a helpful coalition, by which each is focused on playing out the exercises important to accomplish this goal. The significant block in oral medical care for old and the occupants would be the misjudgment of the oral medical services needed by them. The dental consideration of the inhabitants is much of the time restricted to crisis care and isn’t pointed toward holding teeth. On the other hand, with changing mentalities the oral well-being objective ought to include: Keeping their teeth, keeping their teeth sound, and keeping their teeth pretty.


Geriatric dentistry, Maturing, Age-related sickness, Dental care, Wellbeing

Manuscript Submission information

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