Monthly Archives: December 2014

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Why choose a Dental Prosthetist ?

A Dental Prosthetist is specifically trained to construct, fit and maintain dentures. A referral is not necessary – By direct consultation, you and your Prosthetist have an opportunity to discuss aesthetic and function to enable denture design that will suit your individual situation. Your Prosthetist can also liaise with other practitioners & Dental Specialists to assist in a coordinated treatment plan if required.

Impressions Dental Studio uses the latest in technology and materials to assist you with your denture needs. Using the latest techniques offers the personalised attention when constructing a correctly fitting denture – every mouth is unique.

Maybe you are considering Implant Retained Dentures, Full or Partial Dentures, or a Reline for maintenance – we can assist you in all aspects of your treatment.

To make an appointment for a free consultation – call us today

What happens when I lose a tooth – can I ignore it ?

Missing teeth causes bone loss , significant bone loss can cause a sunken chin and mouth. Generally any missing tooth can have a negative effect on your quality of life, when we chew food a healthy tooth strengthens the quality of the bone, and so when a tooth is missing the other healthy teeth tend to shift position towards the gap due to the bone loss, and may also have an impact on surrounding muscles and joints.

How often should I clean my dentures?

Your daily routine – you should treat your dentures, as you should
your natural teeth, by brushing them regularly after eating.

Apart from daily cleaning – your dentures should be checked regularly to
monitor fit and wear of your dentures and health of your mouth and
supporting tissue.

How should I Clean my Dentures?

There are many products available , we can advise you on some options for effective cleaning products that break down the plaque. If your dentures are heavily stained, bleaching is not advisable.

If your own cleaning routine is unable to remove the placque which can lead to tartar, then you may wish for us to clean your dentures professionally for you.

What is a Reline?

A Reline is also part of maintaining your dentures, a reline adds new base material to the tissue side of the denture so that it fits snugly, a reline should be considered if the denture is more than 4 years old, or if there has been loss of bone, or issues with ongoing breakages.