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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.


finding comfort when wearing dentures

  • FAQs About Full Mouth Reconstruction

    16 February 2016

    In some instances, simple cosmetic procedures, such as installing dental veneers is enough. If your dental condition is beyond the point that simple procedures can be helpful, your cosmetic dentist might recommend a full mouth reconstruction. If you are in line for a reconstruction, here is what you need to know.  What Is Involved With a Full Mouth Reconstruction? A full mouth reconstruction involves the use of several dental procedures that can help to not only improve the look of your teeth, but also improve the structure and function of your jaw and gums.

  • Risks Presented By Un-Errupted Wisdom Teeth

    25 January 2016

    Modern dentistry tells us that wisdom teeth should be removed before they begin breaking the skin, but it's easy to overlook if you're not clear on the reasoning. Left over as a vestigial trace of our evolutionary past, wisdom teeth developed as a replacement set of molars when the original set invariably wore down. A less harsh lifestyle, the advancement of dental treatments and a diet consisting of easier to chew food has made this anthropological remnant obsolete, but there are even better reasons to have your spare molars removed before they punch through your gum line.

  • Three Common Foods That Can Contribute To Clean, Healthy Teeth

    6 January 2016

    Keeping your teeth clean and healthy can benefit from a multifaceted approach. It's important to visit the dentist once or twice per year to have your teeth cleaned, and it's also imperative to engage in healthy oral hygiene habits at home that consist of brushing your teeth frequently and using dental floss and mouthwash. Beyond these crucial methods, there are other ways to keep your teeth clean and healthy. Your diet plays an important role in your overall oral health -- just as some foods can be problematic for your teeth, others can contribute to clean, healthy teeth.