It can be very daunting trying to decide which of the many different denture types available is best for you. This is especially true if you are a new denture wearer or have struggled to get on with dentures in the past.
It's completely normal for dentures to become loose over time and not fit as securely as they did at the original fitting appointment. Fortunately for denture wearers - there are solutions for dealing with poorly fitting dentures.
There are many different types of dentures available to you. Here at Kevin Manners Denture Clinics in Nottingham we use varied materials, styles and concepts to ensure that we provide you with the best suited denture for your needs.
For those denture wearers with a full set of dentures, visiting a dentist or Clinical Dental Technician (CDT) may seem unnecessary. However, it is just as important that you visit a dental care professional now as it was when you had all of your own natural teeth.
It’s vitally important to chew food properly in order to maintain healthy digestion. Chewing food insufficiently can lead to digestive problems such as heart burn, indigestion, headaches, constipation and low energy levels. Sound familiar?
Sometimes accidents happen and dentures can break. Maybe you have dropped them and broken off a tooth or just split your denture straight in half? Don’t panic! Here at Kevin Manners Denture Clinics you don’t have to wait days or even weeks for your broken dentures to be repaired.
In a survey conducted by Simply Teeth most people (28%) said that if they could change one thing about their teeth it would be to have whiter teeth and 14% said that they wanted straighter teeth. Only 10% said that they wouldn't change anything.
Facial ageing in denture wearers (and in general) used to be regarded as gravity assisted sagging of the soft tissues of the face. Recent research has shown that bony changes can also contribute to facial ageing.