Though there are no longer any teeth for denture wearers to take care of, their gum tissue still requires some attention. A good fitting denture and the proper care routine will keep your gums healthy. However, there are some things that can cause your denture to damage your gums, so be sure that you’re using good practices.
The holidays are a happy time filled with joy and laughter. Spending quality time with friends and family brings a smile to everyone's face. But do you show your teeth in that smile? Are you self-conscious about the appearance of your teeth? Don’t hide your feelings by hiding your smile.
The thought of having all their teeth removed can be scary to most people. Maybe throughout the years, you’ve had to have a tooth pulled here and there, leaving you with some gaps in your smile. Well, that’s okay. You don’t have to get the rest of your teeth removed just to have a prosthetic appliance made.
Tooth loss can feel devastating, regardless of your age when it happens. But when it happens early, in your thirties or forties, it seems especially crushing. Not to worry, there are several options to replace your natural teeth!
Most of us don’t remember learning to chew our food. It happens so early in life that by the time kindergarten rolls around, we don’t remember not knowing how. Getting dentures is a lot like getting your first set of teeth.
Implants are a substantial investment in your smile! When you decide to get them, make sure you’re choosing an implant specialist who will not only put your new teeth in right, but also continue to care for your smile after the implants are in.