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Adding A Tooth to A Partial Denture

Not ready for a full denture? A partial is a great solution for replacing the few missing teeth that you do have. You may be wondering what happens if down the road you’re faced with losing another tooth. Does that mean your partial is useless? Fortunately, no. Additional teeth can easily be added to most appliances.

Which Denture Adhesive Should You Use?

If your denture is loose and bothersome, you could try some denture adhesive to help cushion it and hold it in place. But when you go to the dental aisle of your local pharmacy, it’s hard not to get overwhelmed with all of the different options.

Why Is My Dental Implant Loose?

When getting a dental implant, you expect it to stay put permanently. So why is it that all of a sudden, your feel something loose? There are a few reasons why this could be happening.

4 Reasons to Consider Dentures

Dentures aren’t something that many people look forward to. But there may come a time in your life that your natural teeth just don’t cut it anymore, and you need to look into an alternative method. Knowing the signs to look for will help you decide the right time for you to get a denture.

Flossing Your Permanent Implant Retained Denture

Deciding to get a permanent implant retained denture is a huge commitment as well as a large investment. Knowing how to keep your implants and denture flossed will ensure that they last as long as they’re intended to.

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