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In the 1940s, dental visits weren’t common. Periodontal disease and tooth loss were rampant in the age before fluoride, dental floss, and root canals. People wore dental dentures at a much younger age than they do today. With today’s advanced dentistry, the number of people wearing false teeth is lower, yet one in four seniors have lost their teeth after…Continue reading
Dentures can create new smiles for people who have no teeth. Partial dentures or overdentures can replace missing teeth for those who still have some of their natural teeth intact. After tooth loss, replacement is important for maintaining the stability of other teeth and the structural integrity of your face. If your teeth aren’t replaced, you may have trouble biting…Continue reading
Losing several teeth can make it difficult to smile without embarrassment, and horror stories about dentures falling out or making weird noises may frighten you. Fortunately, you have other options. With an implant-supported denture, you have an alternative that addresses the common problems that most traditional-denture wearers face. An implant-supported denture fastens directly to implants surgically placed into your jawbone.…Continue reading
Dentures solve one problem, but then come with a whole host of other problems. Although dentures can be an optimal replacement for lost or missing teeth, they require a period of adjustment. The good news is that denture options have vastly improved over the last several years, offering wearers fewer issues, greater comfort, and a more natural look. If you…Continue reading
Has eating with dentures been hard to swallow? While it may seem strange at first, dining with dentures doesn’t have to be tough. Once you learn these few simple tips, your meals can be much more comfortable and enjoyable. Dentures are extremely common in dental care, but it’s not uncommon to take some time to get used to these dental…Continue reading