1. Don’t Believe These Myths About Dentures

    Did you know that historians have discovered evidence of dentures dating all the way back to 2500 BC? Although they likely paled in comparison to today’s modern dentures, they nonetheless provided a suitable replacement for an individual's natural teeth. While this little tidbit is based in fact, there are many myths that surround these prosthetic devices, some of which may prevent patients from…Read More

  2. How Dentures Can Change Your Life

    The aging process takes quite the toll on our teeth. As an adult, maybe you’ve lost several teeth due to gum disease. Consequently, you’re self-conscious about smiling and have nowhere near the confidence you once did. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have your smile restored. Dentures, partials, and bridges are all attractive solutions for those with missing teeth. Keep reading to learn ab…Read More

  3. What to Know About Wisdom Teeth Removal

    We all remember having our wisdom teeth removed. From the laughing gas to eating ice cream for several days, it’s definitely an experience we won’t forget. In order to prevent future issues for patients, dentists today usually remove wisdom teeth as soon as possible. The reality though is that a handful of patients must then deal with post-procedure complications such as wound infection and ne…Read More

  4. Which Dentures Are Best?

    Are you ready to eat and to speak easier? Missing teeth can make these simple actions difficult or painful. Dentures help alleviate these problems by replacing any or all missing teeth. Which dentures are right for you? Full Dentures Full dentures are false teeth that replace all missing teeth on the lower and/or upper arch of the mouth. There are many types of full dentures, including those that …Read More

  5. Will Dentures Require A Tooth Extraction?

    Tooth extractions and dentures do not commonly find themselves in the same sentence. For if you need dentures, you likely already have teeth missing and wouldn’t need to get one pulled just to have dentures, right? This is true in many cases; however, there are some circumstances in which a tooth extraction may be the right move in order to help make life with dentures easier than ever. The grea…Read More

  6. Are Dentures Comfortable?

    One of the frequent questions patients ask us before they are fitted for dentures is related to the comfort of the dentures. Are dentures actually comfortable? The answer is both yes and no. The reality is that when you first wear your dentures, you will go through an adjustment period. Overtime, dentures will become increasingly comfortable to wear as your mouth adjusts to them. Do not be put off…Read More

  7. How To Clean Your Dentures

    Dentures are an extremely popular solution for those who have lost their natural teeth. Dentures allow you to enjoy day-to-day life again, as if you had your own teeth back. Wearing dentures allows you to enjoy eating the foods you love and gives you the confidence to smile boldly. Your dentures, though, need to be cared for just as you would care for your regular teeth. It can seem strange to tra…Read More

  8. Where to Put Dentures at Night & Other Denture Care

    Dentures often provide a vast life improvement for those who wear them. They allow someone who has lost their natural teeth the ability to eat food easily again, smile confidently, and enjoy a higher quality of life. Once you invest in dentures, it is important to take good care of those dentures. Read on to learn tips about properly caring for your dentures including where to store them at night …Read More

  9. Which Is Better, Dentures or Implants?

    Losing teeth is not a pleasant experience for anyone. Regardless of if your teeth loss is due to aging or injury, the impact of missing teeth is negative. Not only is it cosmetically upsetting to be missing teeth, it can make everyday activities like eating difficult. If you are looking for a solution to teeth loss, you likely have considered both dentures and implants. These two options both carr…Read More

  10. The Dangers Of Having Poor Oral Health

    Going to the dentist is time-consuming and expensive. However, if you don’t go the dentist and take care of your oral health, there are worse things that can happen other than a cavity. By going to the dentist, you are not only saving your teeth and oral health, but you are ensuring that your overall health is good. Check out some problems you can expect to get if you don’t take care of your t…Read More