The Benefits of High Impact Acrylic Dentures for Seniors

Posted on: 10 September 2018

Senior citizens who have missing teeth often find dentures a useful option for tooth replacement. Dentures are a convenient and flexible option for ensuring that the mouth has a full set of teeth anytime they're worn. Among the most popular dentures in the market are acrylic dentures. These dentures are strong, durable and convenient for many different purposes. However, acrylic dentures are not immune from damage. When dropped or during a collision, the acrylic denture base can crack and break, causing damage to the patient and the denture itself.
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2 Dental Braces Options Suited for Adults

Posted on: 17 August 2018

Orthodontic treatment was previously considered a mainstay for children and teens who need the alignment of their teeth corrected. Despite being in need of orthodontic treatment, some adults would typically steer clear from braces, as they did not want to navigate through their daily life with metal in their mouth. However, over the years, advancements in dentistry have now provided inconspicuous options that are more comfortable for adults who would want to keep their orthodontic treatment less visible.
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5 Ways to Extend the Effects of Professional Teeth Whitening

Posted on: 23 July 2018

Professional teeth whitening can produce dramatic results, but many people are disappointed to find that the bright whiteness still fades. As stains start to build up again on your teeth, you might notice that they return to a slightly yellow shade. Here are five things you can do to slow down this return to the norm so you can enjoy having a brighter smile for longer. 1. Stop Smoking Professional teeth whitening is a fantastic procedure for removing nicotine stains.
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How to Persuade Your Teenager to Wear Their Retainer

Posted on: 25 June 2018

If you've never worn braces yourself, then you probably won't fully understand the liberating feeling your teenager has at the end of the treatment. After months or years of wearing braces, your teen is left with great-looking teeth and can go back to a regular brushing and flossing routine.  As far as your child is concerned, the job is done now; however, your dentist may feel differently. Typically, once braces are removed, patients are told to wear a removable retainer.
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