New Denture Wearers
Thursday, 25 November 2021 / Published in Denture Care
While getting new dentures can help restore your smile to its former glory and give you an incredible confidence boost, they do take some getting used to. Nevertheless, getting used to new dentures isn’t an impossible feat. To help make it easier for you to get the most out of your new dentures and give
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
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
How to Clean and Take Care of Your Dentures
Thursday, 16 January 2020 / Published in Denture Care
Caring for your denture on a daily basis can heighten your sense of well being and complement your appearance. In addition, clean dentures help keep the tissues in your mouth healthy and free from unfavourable changes. Your dentures have been fabricated using high-quality materials and it is extremely important that you provide them proper care to get the best service from them.
How to Clean and Take Care of Your Dentures
Friday, 07 June 2019 / Published in Denture Care
Cleaning stained dentures should not be a problem anymore when there are many ways of doing so. Proper denture care means a lot to both your mouth’s health and dentures. When taken good care of, dentures can last longer and fit nicely, leaving you feeling comfortable and confident all the time. The most important factor