Wearing denture doesn’t mean that you no longer have to worry about oral care or hygiene. Dentures require the same amount of care and maintenance as natural teeth. If you don’t give your dentures proper care, you risk shortening the life of your dentures or causing serious gum problems. […]
Most people think that dentures are for the elderly.
And while it’s true that dentures are most frequently used by older people, it doesn’t mean that nobody gets them when they’re young. The NIDCR reports that the average number of teeth that individuals between the ages of 20 to 34 have is 26.90, while the average number is even lower for individuals between 35 to 49 years. […]
If you’re suffering from oral health problems and are at risk of losing your teeth, it doesn’t necessarily mean that that you’ll have to cope with a life without teeth.
What you should do instead is visit a denturist and consult them about the options that are available to you when it comes to dentures. Dentures are the best solutions available today for people who are suffering from tooth loss – and they can even help you preserve some of your healthy remaining teeth! […]
There are many myths that are associated with dentures. Unfortunately, these myths can discourage people from exploring their denture options and improving the quality of their lives. […]
Dentures are made of many different materials including composite resin, porcelain, acrylic resin, and acrylic. However, acrylic and porcelain are the most common and are used extensively by denturists for making custom dentures. […]
Replacing a missing tooth is more important than you probably think. If you don’t get a replacement, the repercussions extend far beyond aesthetics. Your remaining teeth may become displaced, your bite may become misaligned, and it can affect your confidence when talking or smiling. […]
Modern dentures have improved leaps over bounds compared to their predecessors. However, one thing hasn’t changed: You still can’t sleep with them, unless you have implant dentures. […]