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
Replacing Missing Teeth with Dental Implants
Monday, 16 November 2020 / Published in Denture Clinic
Replacing missing teeth is about more than just maintaining your appearance, it’s about preserving your oral health and avoiding future health concerns. As one of the most popular solutions to missing teeth, dental implants allow you to restore your smile while enjoying the same conveniences and comforts of natural teeth. They are, however, one of
Bridges and Partial Dentures
Monday, 19 October 2020 / Published in New Dentures
Losing one or more teeth can lead to more than just a gap in your once flawless smile. In addition to affecting your smile and speech, losing a tooth also puts more strain on the opposite end of the missing tooth and can cause other teeth to lose their alignment. Add to that an increased
Immediate Dentures
Monday, 21 September 2020 / Published in Denture Clinic, New Dentures
If you’re thinking about or are in the process of getting complete dentures, your dentist or denturist might recommend fitting immediate dentures right after any remaining teeth are extracted. Since full dentures require the gums to be fully healed, immediate dentures typically serve as a temporary solution while you wait for your mouth to fully
Full vs partial dentures
Thursday, 20 August 2020 / Published in Denture Clinic, New Dentures
Dentures have long since been a great option for those who lost their teeth due to an accident or medical condition and can help effectively restore smiles to their former glory. Contrary to popular belief, dentures are not as noticeable as they once were thanks to advances in dental technology and materials. Modern dentures are
Denture Repairs in Calgary
Tuesday, 14 July 2020 / Published in Denture Clinic
Worn, cracked, or ill-fitting dentures can be inconvenient at the best of times and dangerous at the worst. This is why you should always take good care of your dentures and understand when it’s time to see a denturist to have them repaired or replaced. The most common reasons for denture breakages include drops and
New dentures
Monday, 15 June 2020 / Published in New Dentures
Like anything new, getting used to your dentures takes time and patience. This could take anywhere from two to eight weeks and is an experience that varies from person to person. Perhaps the most notable part of getting new dentures is the way they feel and, as someone new to wearing dentures, your dentures may
Signs you need new dentures
Thursday, 21 May 2020 / Published in New Dentures
Contrary to popular belief, dentures don’t last forever! Using the same dentures for prolonged periods of time could actually be harmful to your health. The good news, however, is that most dentures can last up to ten years depending on their materials, design, and how often they’re used — but that doesn’t mean you should
Broken Dentures
Wednesday, 15 April 2020 / Published in Denture Clinic
Whether during a date, an important meeting, or a social occasion, having a denture break is a major inconvenience and, though not necessarily a life-threatening situation, it’s not something you want to leave unchecked. On top of being embarrassing and unsightly, broken dentures can affect a person’s speech or eating so it’s wise to get