Evidence suggests that the importance of maintaining a smile full of teeth has been common knowledge for longer than many people realize.
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People may grow frustrated with dentures when they slide in the mouth and slip at inopportune times. However, according to your Brighton dentist, Dr. Thomas Villani, living with dentures is definitely preferable to living without teeth at all. Tooth loss can have a tremendous negative impact upon several areas of people’s lives. One very important… Read more »
One of the biggest sources of frustration for denture wearers occurs when the dentures fit unsteadily into the mouth. When dentures do not fit properly, they tend to slide, causing irritation and even embarassment. Thankfully, however, there is a solution to slipping dentures: dental implants. To learn more about how dental implants can put an end… Read more »
What comes to mind when you think of dentures? Do you think of fake-looking teeth floating in a glass of water? If so, your mental image may be a bit outdated. However, dentures existed long before the bulky prosthetics of 10-20 years ago, and the changes they have undergone from their origination to the current… Read more »
Tooth loss rarely follows a neat pattern. Instead, teeth may be lost in different areas of the mouth, putting a dental bridge out of the question. But if a dental bridge will not work, and several teeth still remain so that a full denture is not necessary, what can be used to fill the gaps between… Read more »
Denture wearers sometimes complain that their dentures do not feel stable in their mouths. They say that the dentures slip and slide and threaten to fall out altogether. When dentures lack stability, they can sap self-confidence and create serious embarrassment. But what exactly causes dentures to slip and slide? Your Brighton dentist, Dr. Thomas Villani,… Read more »
When people think about a lost tooth, they tend to focus on how the loss affects day-to-day function and cosmetic appeal. However, few people realize that a lost tooth can result in bone density loss in the jawbone. Your Brighton dentist, Dr. Thomas Villani, explains how a lost tooth contributes to jawbone density loss and… Read more »
Do your dentures make you self-conscious? Do you have a difficult time speaking and eating? Ill-fitting dentures can take the enjoyment out of your life and lower your self-esteem. It’s difficult to smile when even the simplest tasks present a challenge and embarrassment lurks around every corner. Thankfully, there is a solution: implant-retained dentures. With… Read more »
Why should I replace a missing tooth? Tooth loss is more than just inconvenient when it comes to chewing and speaking; a missing tooth can also have vast implications for your dental health. Each tooth serves a specific purpose in your mouth and holds a specific position. When one tooth is missing, the remaining teeth… Read more »
Did you know that most people don’t even know if they have bad breath? Do you know for sure?
Dentists and doctors call bad breath halitosis. In most cases, the offensive smell comes from bacterial waste products. That’s right! In your mouth live over 600 types of bacteria, some good and some bad. Some of the bacteria produce sulfur compounds that are, to be frank, very stinky!