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,
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
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
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
Dental vs Partial Dentures
Thursday, 14 November 2019 / Published in New Dentures
Dentures are removable fixtures that are suitable to those who have issues with regard to missing teeth and also the surrounding tissues. There are basically two types of dentures available, partial and complete. When we talk about complete denture we are referring to a situation where all the teeth are missing. On the other hand,