When you have a great smile you want to protect it. While tooth paste works great on your natural teeth, it contains abrasives that can damage the surface of your dentures. This will allow bacteria and stain to adhere to the surface making your dentures lose their shine. There is a finish applied to the surface of your dentures to help repel food and stains from adhering. If you are using tooth paste you are removing this. Look for products specially formaulated for denture
In every experience I find I can get something from it. Every patient is unique and every denture need is specific to that patient. Just like finger prints, no two are the same. Today we are at the Spectrum conference to learn the latest technology and skills to provide our patients with a denture customized to them. If your frustrated with your smile come and get a second opinion and see what we can offer you.
Understanding your dental benefits can be confusing. Most insurance companies require estimates to know what procedure you are having done and how much your practitioner is charging for the service. What can be difficult is understanding the response your insurance sends back. Some plans will have deductibles, reduced rates of payment, yearly maximums or need additional information sent before payment is made. Your Denturist can review these documents with you to break do