Ageing mouth may not be used to realize links between general health, risks associated with medical problems and chronic disease. Important tips in preserving good oral hygiene will be explicated in the form of attractive animation.
Video 1: Introduction
Video 2.1 : Age-related Changes in the Oral Cavity
Video 2.2 : Structures around the Teeth
Video 3 : The State of Oral Health in Older People in Hong Kong
Video 4.1: The Problems with Neglected Oral Health Care
Video 4.2 : Gum Disease (1)
Sharing from Dr. Haston Liu (President of the Hong Kong Dental Association) - Gum disease 1
Video 5 : Suboptimal Oral Health
Video 6 : The Connection between General health and Oral Health in Older People
Video 7 : Adverse Medical Condition
Sharing from Dr. Haston Liu (President of the Hong Kong Dental Association) - Gum disease 2
Video 8 : Impact of Oral Health and Chewing and Nutrition
Video 9 : Quality of Life and Oral Health
Video 10 : Common Misconceptions about Oral Health
Losing teeth is inevitable as one aged
Sharing from Dr. Haston Liu (President of the Hong Kong Dental Association) - Myth of no teeth - systemic health
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