Down Syndrome
Dental Health

One More Chromosome = One More Reason to Smile

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DOWN SYNDROME AND ORAL HEALTH

Understanding how Down syndrome affects oral health can encourage guidance, prevention, and early mediation, promoting a higher quality of life for those with Down syndrome and those around them.  This project aims to raise awareness of dental abnormalities and care of individuals with Down syndrome.

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About Down syndrome

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Oral Health

Understanding how this disability affects the mouth is crucial in the prevention of serious oral health impairments.  By watching both video, you can have a better idea of what is and is not normal as well as prevention methods. 

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Anatomic Differences

The Anatomy of someone with Down syndrome is understandably different than the average.  Learn more about key anatomic characteristics through our interactive 3D models!

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Age Recommendations

Tooth Development is completely different for these individuals.  Realizing what to expect is vital in exercising accurate age recommended tooth practices 

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Down syndrome is characterised by having one more 21st chromosome than the average person.  With this comes differing attributes including intellectual and physical abilities.