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The Denture & Implant Clinic offers 8 tips that are necessary for keeping your dentures in great shape after placement.

Surrey Denture Clinic offers tips for 8 aftercare steps necessary for maintaining your new dentures

If you’ve lost some or all your natural teeth, you may now be living with dentures. Whether you have partial or complete dentures, it’s important to take care of them properly to ensure they last a long time. Here are 8 important aftercare rules for keeping your dentures in tip top shape. Give your mouth a break. Denture-wearers are advised to take out the dentures every night before going to bed to allow the gum tissue time to recover from wearing them. The recommended amount of time for removing them is about 6-8 hours every day. When your dentures are … Continue reading


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Bad fitting dentures can also cause jaw joint issues

The real damage bad-fitting dentures are doing to you

At The Denture & Implant Clinic, we see a lot of new clients come in for a free consultation, who have extremely poor-fitting / poorly made dentures and are hoping we can help. They also often have no idea that their dentures are causing so many problems with their mouth until we explain what’s going on. There are many problems with badly fitting dentures, so let talk about the most common issues. So, the first is that poorly fitting dentures will often have a small gap between the gingivae and the dentures (gums), which leads to food being trapped between … Continue reading


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Dr. Amin at The Denture and Implant Clinic in Surrey answers - dentures and their variations,

Surrey denture clinic offers insight on how dentures and their variations differ from each other

Tooth loss can be a traumatic situation, and if you are in the process of researching denture options, you may be overwhelmed. The good news is we can help! At The Denture & Implant Clinic, our professionals are experts in tooth replacement options. In the following article, we’ll explain some characteristics of the main types of dentures to help you figure out which one is best for you! Traditional Complete/Full Dentures Traditional complete dentures are used to replace the entire arches of natural teeth. They sit on top of the gums and are held in place with denture adhesive or … Continue reading


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Metal Dentures Vs Plastic Dentures Sutton

The difference in acrylic (plastic) vs. metal (Cobalt Chrome) dentures in Sutton

Many people ask our dentist in Sutton about metal dentures vs plastic dentures, so we thought we would write an article to explain the main differences! If you have no teeth left then plastic dentures are generally the best, however if you have some remaining teeth, it’s definitely worth considering a metal denture, as they have so many advantages. Clasps If you have remaining teeth present, we can use these teeth to help keep the denture in place, improve stability, and improve support. We can place clasps, which are the metal wires that clip around your teeth, and they help … Continue reading


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