Providing oral care to people with Down's syndrome requires adaptation of the skills you use every day. In fact, most people with Down's syndrome can be successfully treated in the general practice setting.
Each person with Down's syndrome is affected differently, but most share certain physical characteristics and development problems.
This article will help you make a difference in the lives of people who need professional oral care.
On completion of this module you will understand the available options to manage patients with Down's syndrome, you will have a significant impact on your patients' oral health and their quality of life.