gerodontology

den·tal ger·i·at·rics

treatment of dental problems peculiar to advanced age.
gerodontics
geriatric dentistry,
, gerodontology (jer'ō-don'tiks, -don-tol'ŏ-jē)
Synonym(s): geriatric dentistry.
[gero- + G. odous, tooth]
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That view was underscored this week by an article in the dental journal Gerodontology that reviewed the scientific literature on cavities.
Naorungroj, "Cognitive impairment, oral self-care function and dental caries severity in community-dwelling older adults," Gerodontology, vol.
Martande et al., "Clinical evaluation of the periodontal health condition and oral health awareness in Parkinson's disease patients," Gerodontology, vol.
Celebic, "Residual ridge atrophy in complete denture wearers and relationship with densitometric values of a cervical spine: a hierarchical regression analysis," Gerodontology, vol.
Students from both subgroups had the lowest mean value in answers to the questions related to gerodontology as a specialized field and the level of their own education, i.e.
Enkling, "A cross-sectional analysis of the prevalence of dental anxiety and its relation to the oral health-related quality of life in patients with dental treatment needs at a university clinic in Switzerland," Gerodontology, vol.
Lunet, "Effects of the head lift exercise on the swallow function: A systematic review," Gerodontology, vol.
A." Evaluation Sodium Hypochlorite as a Denture Cleanser: A Clinical Study," Gerodontology 201; doi: 10.1111/ger.12104.
P Patil, "Cast titanium overlay denture for a geriatric patient with a reduced vertical dimension," Gerodontology, vol.
Higham et al., "Age and medication are significant risk factors for xerostomia in an English population, attending general dental practice," Gerodontology, vol.