Dental Care for People with Dementia

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Dental Care for People with Dementia Part 1
  • Introduction
  • Dementia that Impacts Dental Care
  • Preserved Skills
  • Tips and Approaches
Dental Care for People with Dementia Part 2
  • Environment Speech Rhythm Vision
  • Changes in motor skills and speech
  • Examples of What to Use and How to Fix the Environment

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