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A friend of my niece's wore contacts that changed the color of her eyes. Should someone tell a person they're dating that they are subject to them? Yeah, maybe they should tell, as it might be a shock to see my niece's friend with different-colored eyes, or to see someone without teeth...I hardly think those are deal breakers or even major lies. Wearing my dentures is as natural as breathing for me.
She was so afraid her boyfriend(s) would find out that she slept with the contacts in, or took them out after the guy was asleep....silly girl.... Maybe the guy just forgot to mention his dentures because he does not think about them, especially if he wears them 24/7 like my mom. Just because I don't think about them doesn't mean I am lying and covering up the fact that I have them.
Living with your Dentures Great summary with tips on speaking and eating with your dentures, caring for your dentures, and relining and rebasing.
Dentures Information and practical tips for getting used to dentures, in plain English. Denture cleaning Excellent, easy-to-follow advice for looking after your dentures.
Denturist Association of British Columbia Packed with info on all sorts of dentures, and on denturists. Ask Doctor Spiller This excellent dentistry website also has lots of information on dentures, for example why you should replace your denture every 5 to 7 years, information about different types of dentures (including immediate dentures), denture relines, mini-implant supported dentures, and more! Denture stomatitis (thrush) Information on how to prevent and deal with yeast infection (thrush).
My Denture Adventures If you’re in for dentures, it can be helpful to read about other people’s experiences.
Seems a silly question to ask being 6 months post e-day. My E-day for upper remaining five teeth is in July. Not only for the surgery itself, but more on the following days and months post extraction.
But I have to admit eating with dentures is still a total mystery. I…Continue I am getting a lot of gum sores from lower denture..
Gee, most people my age look better with dentures, anyway, their teeth are nicer and whiter with dentures than with their real teeth. What about tooth caps and bridges, fake fingernails, boob jobs, having had an appendix removed, or a gall bladder, ..about kidney stones?
The primary reason is that RPDs attach to the remaining teeth and other structures, the gum ridge areas where teeth once were, and the palate on which they rely for retention (to keep them in your mouth).
Their attachment to other teeth can cause more bacterial plaque stagnation than usual, which leads to an increased incidence of both gum disease and tooth decay.
Thinking of temporary or transitional RPDs [Figure 1], as their name implies, as a “stepping stone” will help keep in mind that they are best used as short-term appliances.
Research dating back to the 1960s indicates that partial denture wearers [Figure 2] over the years suffer more decay and gum disease than non-partial denture wearers, all other variables being equal.