We offer comprehensive denture solutions
If you’ve been living with dental pain or you feel embarrassed about your smile, finding the right dentures can be nothing short of life-changing. We also know you have so many options to choose from, and we’re here to help you find the right denture for your needs. To ensure we can provide you with the perfect solution and a custom fit, we offer a full-range of denture services to our patients.
Whether you have rotted roots, damaged teeth, oral pain, or ongoing dental health concerns, dentures can provide you with the comfortable, secure solution you’ve been hoping for. If you’ve been struggling to maintain a complete diet because of difficulty eating or chewing foods, dentures can open up an entirely new menu selection for you. From pain management to aesthetics and functionality, dentures can be the effective and economical solution for so many of your concerns.
Are you ready to talk more about your denture options? We would love to meet with you to discuss your specific needs and concerns. Call us today to book a no-obligation consultation with our denturists to get started.
How to Keep Your Dentures Clean
It’s important to clean your dentures each day to maintain their appearance and for your overall oral health. Just like your natural teeth, tartar, bacteria, and plaque can build up on your dentures. Not only can this affect how your dentures look, but it can also cause harm to your existing teeth and gums.
Here are some helpful tips for daily denture cleaning:
- Remove your dentures at least once a day to run them under clean water and remove any stuck food particles
- Use a soft toothbrush or a denture brush along with a mild soap or denture cleaner to brush your dentures
- Rinse your dentures well after cleaning them before returning them to your mouth
While your dentures are out of your mouth, use this time to clean any remaining natural teeth and your gums. Start by using a soft, wet toothbrush and fluoridated toothpaste. If this is uncomfortable, you can wrap your finger in a wet washcloth to brush your gums.
What does a denturist do?
Denturists play an integral role in the dental healthcare profession. A denturist can provide denture care directly to the public. Their services include patient examinations, the design and construction of dentures, and denture repairs and relines.
Is a denturist the same as a dentist?
No, a denturist is not the same as a dentist. Denturists are independent, self-regulated dental professionals who work in conjunction with dentists and other oral healthcare providers to provide denture services to their patients.
Are dentures right for everyone?
Dentures aren’t always the right solution for every patient. But for many people, the provide an effective, comfortable, and cost-effective solution to many of their dental and oral health concerns.