Tooth loss is a big deal, and it can have a significant impact on our oral health and quality of life. In fact, did you know? Research shows, almost three-quarters of Brits are without their full set of natural teeth, and 6% have none left at all! Many people are unaware of the impact tooth … Read more
Did you know? False teeth have been used for CENTURIES to replace missing teeth! However, they have undergone improvements over time to get to the realistic and comfortable appeal they have in the modern day. From animal teeth and human teeth, to modern acrylic resin and porcelain, denture materials have evolved to become more comfortable, … Read more
I think I need dentures. Where do I start? At Kevin Manners Denture Clinic, we understand how important it is to have a healthy and confident smile. Our experienced dental technicians provide high-quality dentures made by specialists in our dental laboratory that will help you feel comfortable and satisfied with your results. To start the … Read more
Getting dentures can be a big change that can take a while to get used too. Initially, dentures can cause some discomfort for the wearer, however there are ways to make dentures more comfortable.
Are you finding your dentures to be uncomfortable? Continue reading this article for our advice on how to make your dentures more comfortable.
Although you can wear your dentures all the time it is not advised. Leaving your dentures in 24/7 can cause several health issues and can reduce the life of your dentures. It is recommended that you remove your dentures while you sleep to allow the mouth to rest, prevent oral hygiene issues and to prevent faster wear of your dentures.
So, what would happen if you left your dentures in 24/7?
Ensuring your dentures are stored correctly is highly important as this helps prevent damage and can help extend the life of your dentures. There are lots of misconceptions around how you should store your dentures when you are not wearing them. This article goes through the main dos and don’ts of storing your dentures to ensure you have the right advice for your denture care.