Ways of Better Ensuring Good Dental Care in Parkinson’s Reviewed

Alonzo Osche

The paper, “Evidence-Based Recommendations for the Oral Health of Patients with Parkinson’s Disease,” was published in Neurology and Therapy.

Disabling motor and non-motor symptoms mark Parkinson’s, and managing this progressive disease can be complex and stressful. For many patients, oral healthcare may not be seen as a priority, which could set the stage for an increased risk of oral diseases.

Researchers in Brazil conducted a review of published studies to better understand the relationship between Parkinson’s and oral health.

“The objective of the present study was to review different aspects of oral health in PD [Parkinson’s disease]

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