3 Tips to Prevent Dental Implant Failure

As dentists refine techniques for inserting and maintaining dental implants, these permanent replacements for missing teeth are rapidly becoming one of the most popular forms of cosmetic dentistry. Dental implants often look more realistic than dentures, as well as feel more comfortable in the mouth. However, there is a small chance (around 4 percent) of dental implants failing and needing to be removed. Here are three steps you can take to reduce your risk of dental implant failure. Read More 

How Dental Specialists Prepare for Restorative Implants

Have you ever thought about replacing any of the teeth that you have lost over the years through decay or extraction? Sometimes you may have found it necessary to get one of your existing teeth pulled and may not have made the effort to look into a replacement. This is never ideal, and it's best to try and restore full functionality. What's the best option for you, if you want to put things right? Read More 

When Time for Teeth is Scarce: 3 Dental Treatments You Can Have Done on Your Lunch Break

It's hard enough to juggle your daily responsibilities without trying to squeeze in a little extra time for your health. Even when you do finally manage to rearrange your precariously balanced stack of priorities, there's little time to take a breath before you are needed again. A recent survey found that 48% of Americans believe they don't have enough time to do what they need to do, let alone want. Read More 

Tips for denture wearers

Much like real teeth, dentures also need to be properly cared for. If you're new to wearing dentures, here are a few tips which should help you to keep yours in good condition. Be consistent with your cleansing routine Most dentures nowadays are made from plastic (usually acrylic resin). Whilst this material may seem solid, it actually contains lots of microscopic holes. If you fail to thoroughly clean your dentures on a regular basis, tiny particles of food may become trapped inside these gaps, turn rancid and allow bacteria to develop. Read More 

Decide on Dentures: 4 Reasons to Ask Your Dentist

As people get older, a good many of them need to consider having dentures fitted.  For some people, that can feel worrying, as there are some pretty persistent misconceptions floating around—but in truth, there's nothing to be concerned about with getting dentures fitted.  In fact, they can seriously improve your quality of life.  Here are four good reasons to feel confident about having them fitted and why. Nobody Can Tell You're Wearing Them Read More