Category: Dentures

Partial And Full Dentures For Function

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In our most recent blog, our team took a deep dive into the way tooth loss follows a pattern when occurring as the result of dental decay. Indeed, losing a tooth is far from anyone’s first choice, and if it can be avoided, most would opt for the option that lets them keep their natural… Read more »

Prosthetic Solutions For Multiple Concerns

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Taking care of your smile is a process that will accompany you well into adulthood. Indeed, your teeth and other oral structures serve a number of important purposes, including completing your grin and allowing you to perform tasks such as biting, chewing, or eating. The unfortunate truth of the matter is, however, that oral bacteria,… Read more »

In Need Of A Partial Or Full Denture?

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In our previous blog, we took a look at what happens when a person loses multiple consecutive teeth, and how a dental bridge may be able to help. It is important to note, however, that structural loss is not always as predictable as you might hope, and being able to tell which structures will become… Read more »

Do You Need A Partial Or Full Denture?

Removable partial denture. Medically accurate 3D illustration

With time, it is only natural that your teeth begin to experience discoloration and lack of vibrancy, as they are constantly enduring a number of factors. These can range anywhere from the types of food and beverages you consume, the frequency at which you visit your dental office, and even the quality at which you… Read more »

Are You A Better Candidate For Partial Or Full Dentures?

Removable partial denture, mandibular prosthesis. Medically accurate 3D illustration of prosthodontics concept

Losing a tooth or multiple teeth as an adult is often not a concern we are actively keeping to the forefront of our minds. In fact, there are often so many things to accomplish in a day that our oral health takes a seat on the back burner, only receiving care in the form of… Read more »