Mild Cognitive impairment causes a slight and measurable decline in certain cognitive abilities, including memory skills. A person suffering from MCI is at an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia. Approximately, 15-20 percent of people aged 65 or older have MCI. We can classify it as Amnestic MCI and Non-amnestic MCI. At Triumph healthcare, we have the facilities to diagnose MCI and our experienced doctors offer treatment for mild dementia after thoroughly examining medical history, symptoms, family history, in-office neurological examination, evaluation of mood to detect depression, and laboratory tests. There is a clear difference between normal memory loss that happens with aging and memory deterioration caused by dementia. Normal forgetfulness may include instances such as misplacing keys, but dementia may even forget the uses of keys. Dementia is consistent while occasional memory loss is occasional. Dementia hampers the ability of a normal person to carry out routine tasks. It may lead to a point where a person might find it difficult to find the way home or how to dress. Memory loss can affect a person’s ability to remember events, names, words, and everyday skills.