• Posted on February 7, 2019 6:15 pm

    When you talk to someone who wears dentures, chances are that you won’t even notice. Dentures are made and fit to look and feel natural in your mouth, but they can take some getting used to. At first, you might find it difficult to speak and eat with your dentures in. You’ve also got to get used to looking after your dentures and cleaning them in the correct way. Once you’ve got used to them, wearing dentures will be like second nature to you. This blog will help you get there with some tips for new denture wearers.

  • Posted on January 11, 2019 1:55 pm

    Dentures can be a real saving grace for anyone with damaged or missing teeth. They can restore your natural-looking smile and your confidence along with it. If you’re thinking of getting dentures or have just had them fitted, here are a few tips to get you started. 

  • Posted on December 7, 2018 11:43 am

    Wearing dentures is a great way to restore your smile after tooth loss or decay and give you your self-confidence back. But they do need looking after properly in order to keep the dentures and your mouth in good shape and avoid any serious problems from occurring. Let’s look at some problems that denture wearers might come across and some tips for avoiding these problems.

  • Posted on November 7, 2018 11:48 am

    Full and partial dentures are a great solution for making you feel more confident about your smile. They are used after tooth loss or decay, helping to give you a more natural looking smile. So, when you face a problem like the denture gums not matching your natural gums, it can take away from this newly found confidence. You may become self-conscious about your dentures being visible and obvious.

  • Posted on October 9, 2018 4:32 pm

    Dentures, both partial and full, are an excellent option for anyone with missing, damaged, or decayed teeth. But, they’re not indestructible. After some time, you may start to notice signs of wear and tear or even damage to your dentures. It is important that you are able to spot these signs so that you know when your dentures need repairing or replacing. Then it’s just down to whether you should repair broken dentures or have them replaced entirely.

  • Posted on September 14, 2018 4:02 pm

    Dental implant surgery is an effective way of treating missing or damaged teeth, helping to give you your complete smile back. If you’re thinking about having dental implants fitted, it’s always good to know what to expect, both from the dental surgery itself and from the recovery process afterward. This blog will tell you everything you need to know about dental implant surgery recovery.

  • Posted on August 22, 2018 11:16 am

      Dental crowns are a secure way to fill gaps and help restore your smile if you have missing or damaged teeth. A crown can also help you bite and chew better, which can positively impact other systems in your body, such as a your digestive system. Your family dentist will help you determine what crown is best for you based on your budget, aesthetic preferences, and your body chemistry.

  • Posted on July 23, 2018 11:52 am

    We’re often given tips about what foods to eat and which to avoid in order to stay healthy, but diet isn’t mentioned as often when it comes to our dental health. We’re told as kids that too much sugar can rot our teeth, but which foods should we add to our diet for better dental health?

  • Posted on June 25, 2018 3:10 pm

    Wearing dentures shouldn’t stop you from eating a regular diet, including all the foods you enjoy. However, this doesn’t mean that all foods are created (or eaten) equally. Some foods will be much easier to eat with dentures in than others, while certain foods might pose a problem. Knowing which foods fall into which category can be especially important when you first have dentures fitted and are still adjusting to them. So, let’s look at some of the best and worst foods for denture wearers to eat.

  • Posted on May 22, 2018 12:56 pm

    You’ve spent your whole life caring for your teeth the way you were taught to as a child. But, it’s a whole new ballgame when you first get full dentures or partial dentures fitted. Your teeth look as good as new, but you have to learn new rules for taking care of these dentures and keeping them in good condition. If you need help with knowing how to care for your dentures and partials, then read on for our expert advice. And if you’re unsure of the differences between full and partial dentures, then check out this blog for more information.

  • Posted on April 20, 2018 1:33 pm

    Do you know all the facts about dentures? Whether you already have dentures, are thinking of having them fitted, or are simply curious about the ins-and-outs of dentures, you’ll find a lot of claims about them that just aren’t true. Read on for some of the most common myths about dentures and the truths behind them.

  • Posted on March 15, 2018 2:15 pm

    Dentures are an amazing substitute for natural teeth, allowing people to look, talk, and eat normally after damage to their teeth or removal of teeth for whatever reason. After an initial adjustment period, they should be very comfortable and will last you for a long time. But, this doesn’t mean they’ll last you forever.

  • Posted on February 19, 2018 12:30 pm

    Any kind of change in your life takes some getting used to, so having an entirely new set of teeth fitted is bound to come with an adjustment period. We want to make your new dentures as comfortable as possible, so we’ve got a few tips that will help you adjust to dentures or partials faster.

  • Posted on January 18, 2018 2:07 pm

    For anyone who’s experienced tooth loss, dentures can offer a chance to regain confidence in their smile and their ability to bite and chew properly by replacing some or all of the lost teeth. It helps them to get back to normality. Tooth-loss patients have two choices when it comes to dentures – complete or partial dentures. What’s the difference?