What Are the Most Common Denture Problems?

Dentures are removable prosthetic devices used to replace missing teeth. Dentures can be fully supported, partially supported, or implant-supported. Your denturist will review the options available to you to provide the best outcome. To ensure a comfortable and secure fit, the denture fitting process begins with precise measurements of the mouth. The denturists will then…

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How to Care for Your Dentures

Dentures must be cared for in the same way that teeth are to avoid plaque formation and the development of gingivitis and periodontal disease. Cleaning and disinfecting dentures are crucial for maintaining oral soft-tissue health. To keep removable, partial, and full dentures clean, stain-free, and in good condition, special care is required. Cleaning dentures involves…

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How often should dentures be replaced?

Dentures are dental restorations for patients who have lost most of their teeth due to age, gum disease, or severe dental trauma and now need a replacement. They help rehabilitate distorted upper and lower arches caused by dental problems. Dentures are highly effective tooth replacements that are a necessary, but not permanent, solution. Dentists generally…

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How Can Dentures Extend and Improve Your Life?

One of the first things people notice about you is your smile. When you are missing a few teeth, you start to cover your smile. If you are missing one or more natural teeth, dentures are a cost-effective way to cosmetically restore your smile and improve your quality of life. Dentures are removable false teeth…

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Are You a Good Candidate for Dentures?

Dentures are designed to replace all or just a portion of your teeth. A dental bridge is appropriate if you have only lost one or a few teeth. A dental bridge is an artificial tooth (or teeth) that is bonded between  multiple teeth.  With full dentures, all of the teeth are removed and replaced by…

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How to Choose a Denture or Partial?

Dentures are one of the most cost-effective solutions to restore your smile, as well as your self-esteem. They are removable, dental substitutes used to replace your lost teeth due to tooth decay, accidents, or other factors. Dentures are custom-made to fit securely over the gums.   Dentures are typically made of acrylic resin that has been…

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A Great Smile Changes Your Social Life

Smile Quotient Probably the paramount reason to smile is that it prolongs your overall longevity. A survey conducted in 2010 reveals that spontaneous and intense smiles are so importantly connected with a longer lifespan and pleasant living. Do you count the smile quotient?   Dental health Overall, happy folks seem to have better health and a…

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Decrease your chances of future dementia with good oral hygiene

There has been increasing research on the relationship between oral hygiene and dementia.  What is Dementia?  Dementia is a pathological condition where one experiences loss of cognitive function that interferes with daily functioning and activities. The condition also interferes with social activities. Although the disease is not just restricted to the elderly, the most common…

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Post E-Day Recovery Tips

Your Extractions Are Done, Now What? Recovery begins! The healing process will vary from patient to patient. Some people will experience a quick and minimally painful healing process and others may require more time and may endure more pain. The first 48 hours after your surgery are most vital to making sure your gums and bones…

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