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Jul

2015

How can a Smile Makeover change your Life?

Studies show that people are catching on to the social and emotional importance of a healthy, beautiful smile. Smile makeovers were previously thought to be a cosmetic procedure for the rich and famous, but it is quickly becoming a common household term for many Canadians today.
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Jun

2015

How does Dentures affect my Facial Features?

Dentures help to replace missing teeth and improve your smile, and in the process, change your appearance. Having teeth can alter the appearance of your facial features, especially if you had lost most of your natural teeth. However, those changes should always make you look better. As such, you should work closely with your dentist to create custom-made dentures that perfectly match your mouth and face, get them relined every 2 years, and changed every 5-7 years.
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Jun

2015

Common Pros and Cons of Denture Adhesives

Denture wearers feel more comfortable when there is a stronger hold preventing the dentures from shifting when speaking or eating. Denture adhesives come in the form of pads, pastes, and powders, and help to provide the desired stronger hold. That said, these adhesives are not suitable for every denture wearer. Here are some pros and cons to help you decide.
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Jun

2015

What to Expect after Dental Implant Surgery

Dental implant surgery is a common procedure performed to replace damaged or missing teeth and restore normal function. It involves the surgical placement of artificial tooth roots in the jaw to provide support for artificial teeth or bridge. It can also be used an alternative to options such as dentures and bridgework that don't fit well. Read on to understand in detail about dental implant surgery.
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Jun

2015

Five Denture Hygiene Tips

Proper denture care is an important part of oral hygiene that helps to ensure good health of your mouth, and also prevent unnecessary and costly denture repairs. The bacterial film (plaque) that collects on natural teeth is also found on dentures, and failure to remove it on a regular basis can negatively impact the health of denture wearers. 
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