Various Denture Set Options You Will Find at a Denture Clinic

Posted on: 7 January 2016

As people grow older, tooth loss becomes a serious concern for a significant number of geriatrics. Most people deem their teeth as the crown and glory of their smile. Thus, the thought of having to live with missing teeth and irregular gaps can be enough to make you anxious. The good news, though, is that there are numerous teeth replacement treatments that you can choose from. One of the treatments that has stood the test of time is dentures.
[Read More]

Why Use An Ultrasonic Denture Cleaner?

Posted on: 16 December 2015

If you wear dentures, you'll be familiar with the usual cleaning routine of brushing and soaking.  This method is pretty effective, but it can leave invisible debris behind, and that could ultimately lead to poor oral health and bad breath.  That's where an ultrasonic denture cleaner could help.  So, what is an ultrasonic denture cleaner and why should you consider using one?  Read on to find out more. What is an ultrasonic denture cleaner?
[Read More]

Tooth whitening: the science, the risks, the balance.

Posted on: 28 November 2015

Tooth whitening has become a popular form of cosmetic enhancement in this age of prioritising appearance and delaying the effects of aging on our bodies. Showing off a radiant white smile has been described as being "the fastest way to look younger", and tooth whitening products can help you achieve this. However, can you really know what these products are doing to your body? How do they work? What are the risks?
[Read More]

How Dentures Affect Your Overall Health

Posted on: 10 November 2015

If you have a couple of missing teeth, dentures can help restore your smile and also improve your health. If you have no idea of what dentures are, the procedure involved with getting them and how they can help you, read on for more information. Denture Basics Dentures are also referred to as false teeth or dental plates. These are removable appliances that are used for replacing missing teeth. You can either get full dentures if you have lost all of your teeth or partial dentures for a few missing teeth.
[Read More]