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finding comfort when wearing dentures

No two denturists are the same. If you have been wearing dentures for a while, you know that no two sets of dentures are the same. Finding a quality, experienced denturist can seriously impact the comfort of your dentures. You do not have to deal with loose plates, gums that are rubbed raw, distorted speech, and the inability to eat your favorite foods. If you have any of these problems, there are a few things that you can try before replacing your dentures. Use what I have learned over my 15 years of wearing dentures to find a perfect fit and optimum comfort in your dentures.

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finding comfort when wearing dentures

  • 2 Reasons To Consider Dental Discount Plans If You Are Self-Employed

    15 November 2017

    One of the most difficult parts of being a self-employed individual is finding ways to pay for any type of dental coverage, mostly because private dental insurance can be a bit pricey. Listed below are just a few of the many reasons to consider dental discount plans instead of private dental insurance if you are self-employed. You Can Often Begin Using The Discount Plan Immediately The biggest stumbling block that you can run into when considering private dental insurance is that they will often require that you wait three or six months before they are willing to pay for any type of restoration work.

  • Is A Maryland Bridge Right For You?

    15 October 2017

    One tooth replacement option that can work for those who need a small, partial bridge and who don't want an implant is the Maryland-bonded bridge. This is a fake tooth or series of teeth with metal flanges at each end; the flanges are cemented to the backs of the adjacent real teeth. This is quite different from the typical bridge in which an adjacent tooth is actually ground down, and the stub used as an anchor.

  • Why Choose Dental Implants?

    20 September 2017

    Missing teeth is a major problem for many Americans. Roughly 120 million people in the U.S. have at least one tooth missing, according to the American College of Prosthodontists. If you're one of the many, you don't have to live with an incomplete smile. Luckily, you have options. Dental implants are a common choice for many people who have cracked, broken, or completely missing teeth. Why should you consider a dental implant and how do these permanent dental devices work?

  • A Parent's Guide To Their Teenager's Teeth Whitening

    24 August 2017

    Given today's image-conscious society, many teens are unhappy if their teeth are less than brilliantly white. However, the age of your child will impact the dental whitening options that are available, and it is best to be sure that the most appropriate treatments are being provided to your teenager. Therefore, it's a good idea to discuss the following information with your pediatric dentist if your teenager's smile is healthy but not as white as it could be.

  • Dentist Recommending Extraction For Your Advanced Periodontitis? 4 Reasons You Need To Say Yes To The Treatment

    29 July 2017

    If you've been diagnosed with severe periodontitis, and you need to have your teeth extracted, the thought of losing your teeth might be frightening. That's completely understandable. However, if your dentist has recommended extraction, there's a good reason for it. Periodontitis is a danger to your health, and to any healthy teeth you might have. If you're still having second thoughts, here are four good reasons why you should say yes to the extractions.