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Friday, 24 September 2021 / Published in Denture Care
Getting used to life with dentures may be hard at first, and it’s perfectly normal to experience a slight lack of confidence in the beginning. You’re likely worried that others around you will notice that you’re wearing dentures when it’s truly nothing to be ashamed of. Nevertheless, we understand dentures may take a toll on
Sleeping With Denture
Sunday, 08 August 2021 / Published in Uncategorized
Despite improving leaps and bounds over the dentures of yesteryear, one thing with dentures hasn’t changed — you shouldn’t sleep with them. Unless you have dental implants, denturists and dentists alike recommend removing partial or full dentures at night and avoiding sleeping with them. But why shouldn’t you sleep with your dentures? What happens if
Flipper tooth
Tuesday, 13 July 2021 / Published in New Dentures
Also known as an acrylic removable partial denture, a flipper tooth is a removable retainer containing one or more prosthetic teeth. Flipper teeth fit along the roof of your mouth or on your lower jaw to recreate the appearance of a full set of teeth where natural teeth are missing. If you’re missing one or
Dentures for Young Adults
Tuesday, 22 June 2021 / Published in New Dentures
Despite often being associated with the elderly, young people wearing dentures is more common than you may think. Whether due to sports injuries, tooth decay, or medical conditions, more and more young people between the ages of 20 and 35 are opting for dentures as a solution to tooth loss. And why shouldn’t they? Modern
Speak with Dentures
Wednesday, 19 May 2021 / Published in New Dentures
Learning to speak with dentures may be one of the biggest challenges faced by those getting used to dentures. Luckily, this process only takes a few days and once you’re used to speaking with dentures, you’ll be back to speaking confidently in no time. To help make this transition to new dentures easier for you,
Cracked Denture Repair
Thursday, 22 April 2021 / Published in Denture Care, Denture Repair
Modern dentures are built to last, but they’re not indestructible. Dentures are made out of a durable acrylic material that, although strong, is still susceptible to cracks and damage. Even a seemingly minor drop onto a hard surface, such as porcelain sinks or tiled floors, or even biting into hard foods can damage or crack
Implant-Supported Dentures
Friday, 19 March 2021 / Published in Denture Clinic
No matter how well you take care of your teeth, unexpected tooth loss can happen to anyone. Thankfully, it’s not something you’ll be forced to live with and nowadays there are plenty of options for replacing missing teeth. Implant-supported dentures are just one option and can be just what you need to help restore your
Custom Sports Guards
Wednesday, 17 February 2021 / Published in Denture Clinic
Roughly 5 million teeth a year are lost every year while playing sports, costing athletes millions in dental fees. As helpful as protective gear like helmets, pads, and the right shoes can be when playing sports, protecting your teeth is just as important. Sports guards are incredible pieces of gear designed to protect the teeth
Denture relining
Wednesday, 20 January 2021 / Published in Uncategorized
It’s perfectly normal for small gaps to form between your dentures and your gums as the shape of your mouth changes after having dentures fitted. As minor as they may seem these small gaps are excellent at trapping food particles between your dentures and your gums and, over time, can expand to the point where
Natural Looking Dentures
Thursday, 10 December 2020 / Published in Denture Clinic, New Dentures
For better or for worse, dentures can change your appearance. If you want to ensure that your dentures change your look for the better, you’re going to want to go for natural-looking dentures. But what makes dentures look natural? What makes them look fake? For starters, all good dentures, whether they’re full or partial, should
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