Today’s dentures are designed using innovative technology, and crafted with remarkably lifelike materials, to create realistic replacement teeth that look identical to healthy, natural teeth. However, as natural as they appear, conventional dentures (and partial dentures and dental bridges) lack a crucial component that your teeth rely on; their roots. For more realistic dentures in both appearance and function,
Dentures are one of the earliest dental innovations, and they date back to 700 BC when the ancient Etruscans crafted the first-known sets of false teeth. These dentures were made of animal teeth or teeth from other humans. They were set onto a gold band, and pins attached the dentures to existing teeth.
So how did your sweetheart do this Valentine’s Day? Are you wearing a new piece of jewelry, or are you glaring at a new vacuum cleaner wondering, “What was he thinking?” No matter what your Valentine got you this year, it could have been less romantic. According to the Japan Daily Press,
If you are missing one or more non-adjacent teeth, you may be considering partial dentures at our Milford dental practice. By replacing your teeth with lifelike synthetic teeth, you can improve your appearance and, even more significantly, protect your dental health for years to come. Before you receive your partial dentures, however, you should have a thorough understanding of the procedure.
As the new year gets into full gear and tax season approaches, you may be taking stock of your finances and figuring out the best way to spend and invest in the upcoming fiscal year. If restorative dental treatment figures into your budget this year, you are probably considering your various options, including dentures,
Do you get frustrated when your dentures slide in your mouth? Are you tired of worrying that they will slip at an inopportune time, creating an embarrassing scene? If so, you may have looked into having your dentures adjusted. While effective, an adjustment is only a temporary fix to unsteady dentures according to your Milford dentist,
Many of the struggles that denture wearers experience stem from the fact that dentures can grow unstable over time. Simply by wearing the dentures day after day, the ridges on the jaw will begin to wear down. As a result, the dentures will not fit as precisely, causing the suction that is needed to hold the dentures steady to fail.
Have you heard about the natural appearance and feel of dental implant restorations? Would you like to take those results and apply them to your dentures? You can with implant-supported dentures. To learn more about how dental implants can improve the performance and feel of your dentures, read the following information provided by your Milford dentist,
A partial denture can do a lot for your smile and your daily life. By filling in the gaps in your teeth, a partial denture can protect your remaining teeth and give you the confidence to show off your smile. However, patients sometimes complain about the way partial dentures feel. They find the feel uncomfortable or unnatural.