4 Questions To Ask Your Dentist During Your Appointment

Posted on: 16 February 2023

Going to the dentist is necessary for good oral health, but it can be intimidating. From the waiting room to the examination chair, many unknowns can make us anxious. That's why it's important to ask questions during your appointment. Here are four essential questions you should always ask your dentist. What Should I Be Doing At Home?  Your dentist has knowledge in all things dental, so they have valuable advice on how you can maintain and improve your oral health at home.
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Making New Complete Dentures Last as Long as Possible

Posted on: 18 January 2023

Complete dentures are a permanent solution for your missing permanent teeth. You'll always need to wear dentures, but will you always be able to wear the same set? By making the right choices when planning your new dental appliance (along with taking proper care of it), you can make your complete dentures last. Cast-Metal Framework Most dentures are made entirely of acrylic materials, but some only have an acrylic coating which conceals more durable materials.
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Wisdom Teeth Removal: Your Questions Answered

Posted on: 10 November 2022

Are you considering wisdom teeth removal? If so, you're not alone. Each year, lots of people have their wisdom teeth removed — often with no issues whatsoever. However, because this is a surgical procedure, it's only natural to have some questions and concerns. Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about wisdom teeth removal.  When Should Wisdom Teeth Be Removed? There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question.
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What Are The Benefits Of Overdentures?

Posted on: 20 September 2022

If you've decided to replace all your teeth with full dentures, then you don't have to use traditional sets of false teeth. Some people can use overdentures instead. How do overdentures work? Why should you consider wearing these dentures rather than regular ones? What Are Overdentures? In some ways, overdentures are the same as regular dentures. They look the same, and you get a full set of top and bottom false teeth to replace your natural teeth.
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