Aging and dental health

It’s a fact, Americans are aging.  The demographics for Americans age 65 years of age and older is the fastest growing segment of our population.   Although better than in years past, the typical aging adult baseline health state can be complicated by comorbid conditions (e.g., diabetes mellitus, hypertension) and physiologic changes associated with aging.  On…

Good Oral Health

In this modern age of the iPhone and twenty-four-hour entertainment fast past life style, it’s really easy to forget just how important our Oral Health really is. Oral health touches every aspect of our lives but is often taken for granted. Your mouth is a window into the health of your body. It can show…

How Can Your Dental Health Save Your Life?

People tend to think that your oral health is separate from your overall health. After all, you visit a separate doctor for it, and the doctors rarely talk about the same things. Here at Hutton & Mays, we are concerned about your overall health and strives to ensure that dental care supports well being. And it’s…