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Whether you have lost a single tooth, multiple teeth, or all of your teeth, tooth loss can have a devastating effect on your life. Your ability to smile with confidence is gone. You may not be able to speak as clearly as before, and you probably can’t enjoy many of your favorite foods. In the past, dentures and partial dentures…Continue reading
Dentures aren’t just for grandparents. If you’ve taken good care of your teeth and gums, you might get to enjoy your natural teeth for a lifetime. However, if you haven’t had such great luck with your dental health, some type of removable or permanent denture may be in your future. The good news is that today’s dentures are far more…Continue reading
If you lose one or more of your natural teeth to gum disease or accidental injury, affordable quality dentures can replace them in both form and function. Dentures are lifelike artificial teeth designed to look and perform just like your natural teeth. Today’s advanced dentures are more comfortable and realistic than ever. Your options for tooth replacement include both partial…Continue reading
One of the greatest joys of dentures is rediscovering the joy of food. Remember those thick steaks, crunchy snacks, and gooey goodies that were a challenge to chew? Now you can bring back these favorites, but you may need to learn some simple tips on how to eat them with ease. When you first start wearing your new, affordable quality…Continue reading
Losing your teeth doesn’t have to mean an end to sharing your smile with the world. Affordable quality dentures can restore your self-esteem by giving you back the supportive structure you had before you lost your teeth and allowing you to speak and eat normally again. To find out more, consult an affordable dentist or prosthodontist who can evaluate your…Continue reading
If you’ve decided to get implant-supported dentures, understanding the steps involved will help you know what to expect. Since these dentures attach to implants permanently placed in your jawbone instead of resting on top of your gums, they’ll never fall out unexpectedly or slide around. Implants are normally placed in the front portion of your mouth because you have more…Continue reading
Just like natural teeth that must be brushed regularly to stay healthy, your implant-supported dentures must be cleaned carefully every day. Because your denture plate is attached to implants placed in your jawbone, you must remove all detachable appliances and clean around attachments, artificial teeth, and gum areas. It is unwise to sleep with dentures in your mouth, whether they…Continue reading
Chatting with loved ones and eating a great meal are two of life’s joys that new denture wearers should not have to sacrifice. However, because both of these activities can be surprisingly difficult with dentures, at least initially, these helpful hints can come in handy. The following information can get any new denture wearer off to a terrific start. During…Continue reading
Change is hard, especially when it comes to your dental care. Losing teeth can make multiple aspects of life challenging. However, you don’t have to withdraw from social activities when you are affected by missing teeth. Permanent and implant dentures are affordable solutions and require only a few weeks of adjustment. Simply spend a few weeks adjusting to the fit…Continue reading
If you are like most adults, you may have lost teeth to gum disease, injury, or other causes. Losing several teeth can make smiling with confidence a real challenge, but implant-supported dentures may be the perfect way to reconstruct your self-esteem. Unlike traditional dentures that sit on top of your gums, an implant-supported denture is fastened to implants surgically placed…Continue reading