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How to Take Care of Dentures

Millions of Americans have no remaining natural teeth.  Even with advances in dental implants, the vast majority of people wear traditional dentures.  These dental appliances replace all of the missing teeth in one jaw (an upper denture for the upper jaw, and a lower denture for the lower jaw). The biggest advantage of traditional dentures […]

All-on-Four Implant-Supported Dentures

How are All-on-Four Dentures Different from Other Dentures? In our previous blog, we discussed options to replace missing teeth for someone who has lost all of their teeth, including traditional dentures and implant-supported dentures.  Both of these treatment options are removable.  The dentures are removed from the mouth to clean and are typically left out […]

How Implants Make Dentures Better

The History of Dentures More than 36 million Americans do not have any teeth.  Unfortunately, this state, called edentulism, is nothing new.  Teeth have been removed due to decay and gum disease for thousands of years.  People have also been attempting to replace those missing teeth for thousands of years.  There is historical evidence that […]