finding comfort when wearing dentures
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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

  • 4 Things Parents Need To Know About Crossbite

    5 May 2015

    Normal tooth alignment means that the upper teeth are directly on top of the lower teeth, allowing the teeth to meet perfectly when you bite or chew. Children's teeth don't always develop in this ideal pattern, though, and there are many ways that the teeth can be misaligned. A common type of misalignment is crossbite. Here's what you need to know about it. What is crossbite? Crossbite means that an upper tooth is either closer to the tongue or closer to the cheeks than its counterpart on the lower jaw.

  • What Could Go Wrong? Should You Whiten Your Teeth At Home With LED Tubes?

    15 April 2015

    If you're thinking about using LED tubes to bleach your teeth, you may want to reconsider and see your dentist instead. LED tubes are some of the newest trends for at-home teeth bleaching. The tubes are marketed as safe and effective for home use, but do they work as good as the whitening systems used by your cosmetic dentist? In addition, are they really safe to use? Before you whiten your teeth with LED tubes, keep reading.

  • Tips For Getting Your Gingivitis Under Control

    27 March 2015

    If you suffer from gingivitis, then you know how it can hinder you in your everyday life. You may feel uncomfortable speaking in a close proximity to others and this can cause you to turn down certain social events. It may also make you self-conscious about getting close to that special person in your life. Luckily, there are some things you can do at home to help keep your gingivitis under control.

  • Three Things That Happen To People Who Choose Not To Wear Dentures

    13 March 2015

    Wearing dentures is a personal choice. Once you reach that stage in life where you do not have any of your own teeth left, you can choose to gum your food, eat pureed foods, or chew with dentures. However, people who choose not to wear dentures experience some problems that they might not otherwise face wearing dentures. Jaw Deformities Without teeth or dentures, your jaw begins to shrink and shift. The crowns of natural teeth or the visible tooth portion of dentures keep your mouth lifted.

  • Tooth-Friendly Candy: Try A Soft & Chewy Strawberry Treat

    25 February 2015

    The look your child gives you when you deny him or her a piece of candy may not be easy to deal with. But you deny your child candy for the good of his or her oral health. Do not fret, because the following recipe will provide your child with a tooth-friendly piece of strawberry candy. Secrets Behind The Dental-Friendly Soft Chews One of the most important ingredients is the strawberries.