Our Tips & Tricks for Living With Dentures

Dentures are a great option if you are missing teeth because dentures can boost your confidence and improve your quality of life. However, as with anything, getting use to false teeth may take some time.

We have an entire How To section dedicated to patient instructions, secret cleaning tips, and common issues. Please browse are articles and dental topics below. And as always, never hesitate to call if you need help.

Immediate Dentures

There are several advantages of an immediate denture. The most important factor is that you will never need to appear in public without teeth. It is also easier to duplicate the shape, color and arrangement of your natural teeth...

Eating & Speaking With Dentures

New wearers often report a “full-mouth” feeling, as though the dentures are too big and pushing the lips forward. This feeling will diminish as you adjust to wearing dentures.

Prevent Jaw Bone Loss

Bone loss can be prevented by giving the jawbone a replacement tooth with a root that can exert the same or similar pressure as natural teeth. This is done immediately after extraction by replacing single teeth with dental implants.

What Is A Denturist?

A denturist's role is dedicated to solely providing removable full and partial dentures to their patients. We differ from a lab technician because we can have a practice that sees our own patients. We do not need a referral from...

Why Choose Us?

Why choose us? I’ve thought a lot lately about what separates us the most from our competition. Here is a list I’ve come up with:

Dentures In A Day

We have been reluctant to jump on board this new industry train for some time now because we wanted to make sure we had the right manufacturing techniques and steps in place so we wouldn’t have to cut corners or...

Sleeping With Dentures

This is a very common question. Dentures (removable false teeth) offer a number of benefits to people who have lost their natural teeth: They can help them regain the ability to eat a greater variety of foods...

Denture Instructions

You must learn to manipulate your dentures. At first you may look, speak, and eat in a way that you are unaccustomed. But with time, you should adapt very readily. Most patients require about 2 – 3 weeks...

Denture Cleaning

Brush your dentures each day the same way that you would brush your teeth, with one key difference: Skip the toothpaste. Many commercial types of toothpaste can damage dentures.

Call Now For A Free Consultation! 208-454-0311