There are certain places that are seen as universal. Take an amusement park for instance, the core demographic is usually young children and teenagers, but keep in mind that the young children have to be accompanied by adults. This means that the rides and games have to be a mix of child and adult friendly fare. Often times you’ll even find senior citizens at amusement parks; they are a great place to walk around and explore, get something interesting to eat and essentially get to feel like a kid again.
Having teeth means that they need to be cared for, but what if you don’t have teeth? Your oral hygiene is something that still needs to be maintained as the mouth is a vulnerable spot for problems to occur, whether you have teeth or not. “Ann Holden, 74, from Little Eaton, was diagnosed with cancer in 1998 and underwent major surgery to remove tumours from all over her mouth.
Mrs Holden said: “As I’d had dentures for years, I never went back to the dentist to have my teeth checked.”I thought that would be it, but it wasn’t – I didn’t have a tooth in my head, but I still got cancer.’”
Whether you have teeth or not, making sure your oral hygiene is maintained should always be a priority. Contact your Ottawa dental professional to find out the best way to make sure your mouth is always kept in top form.