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Witch’s Chins Only For Halloween

Witch’s Chins Only for Halloween

Chances are, you can spot denture wearers all around you—even without going to dental school.  You know what I’m talking about…. The older gentleman in church who has huge bright, white, straight teeth on the upper arch with what appears to be nothing on the lower arch; the little old lady in the garden club who doesn’t smile and looks…

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Cosmetic Dentistry | Why Do I Need A Reline When I Just Got My Dentures A Year Ago?

Cosmetic Dentistry | Why Do I Need a Reline When I Just Got My Dentures a Year Ago?

On average, dentures should be replaced approximately every 7 years, and after approximately 1 year for an immediately placed "treatment denture."  When a patient wears complete dentures, supporting bony ridges are subjected to unnatural forces that contribute to rapid loss of bone.  Therefore, the fit of the denture changes rapidly.  Secondly, ill-fitting dentures cause even more damage to supporting bone as…

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Why You Need To Have Your Dentures Evaluated

Why You Need To Have Your Dentures Evaluated

By. Dr. Kevin Huff The number of people who wear complete dentures has been steadily declining over the past few decades. One report suggests that only about 3% of adults will be missing all of their teeth by 2050. However, the fact remains that many people today still need quality denture therapy because they lost their teeth in yesteryear when…

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