Seguin Dentures Blog
June 30, 2023
As great as they are, you’ll need time to get used to dentures. In fact, most patients need a month or so for the adjustment process. This 30-day period lets you become familiar with how dentures feel. Once you have, you can rely on the new teeth for smiling, eating, speaking, and more. As for what the first month with dentures involves, your San Marcos dentist has the scoop. To that end, here’s what to expect from these prosthetics during the first thirty days.(more…)
April 3, 2023
New materials and technologies allow dentures to fit more comfortably than ever before. However, it’s not unusual for them to slip over time. An adhesive can provide additional stability, but it’s not something you should rely on every day. Your dentures must be relined, but should you do it yourself? No! Here’s why you should leave it to professionals.
February 5, 2023
You have more options than ever before to replace lost teeth, like dental implants. 500,000 people each year are investing in dental implants because they are the next best thing to real teeth. A dental implant is the only treatment to recreate both the root and the crown, but is it safe? Yes! Here are 5 factors that ensure their success.
December 23, 2022
The holidays are here, which means brightly colored decorations and plenty of sweet treats. As you gather with friends and loved ones to celebrate during the season, you could be placing your smile at risk of preventable issues. The holidays can be a bad time for your dental health, but you can avoid unexpected news the next time you visit your dentist by keeping 5 smile-friendly tips in mind.
November 3, 2022
The holidays are a time full of cheer and good atmosphere. From the decorations to the seasonal movies, there’s a lot to look forward to. Not to mention what many people consider to be the best part of the season: the food. Though it may be tempting to fill up on as many of these seasonal delicacies as possible before they go back into the holiday vault, many of them have negative affects on your smile. This may be especially true for people who have dentures. Continue reading to learn about which holiday foods you should not eat with dentures and what to chow down on instead.(more…)
October 10, 2022
Tooth decay is preventable, but 91% of adults have had at least one cavity. If you’ve had a cavity or two, they were probably treated with fillings. They are a proven method of treating decay, but how long do fillings last? Various factors affect their lifespan like the materials used. Here’s how you can get the most out of your restoration and how to spot the signs that it’s time for a replacement.
August 3, 2022
If you’re missing teeth, you know just how difficult it can be to complete daily tasks, like chewing your food, speaking clearly, and smiling with confidence. Fortunately, there are a variety of tooth replacement options out there, like dental implants, that can transform the appearance and function of your smile. One factor you should consider when choosing a method to replace your missing teeth is longevity. Continue reading to learn how long dental implants can last.(more…)
January 31, 2022
You might have heard President George Washington had a set of wooden dentures to replace his lost teeth. Although there were effective at the time, you don’t have to worry about splinters when using modern prosthetics. Dentures have been a tried-and-proven method of treating significant tooth loss for generations. While they may have had a bad reputation in the past, dentures are more realistic than ever. Here are just a few ways the evolution of dentures has created the functional, beautiful, and comfortable prosthetics you see today.
October 18, 2021
Tired of your dentures slipping? Do you want a denture that doesn’t need repairing or relining after only a year? No matter the issues, you can enjoy the next best thing to your real teeth in one day. Implant posts serve as new tooth roots to create a nearly perfect replica of your natural smile. Same-day teeth offers a faster implant procedure, but you won’t be able to chow down on a juicy steak right away. Here are a few things you need to know about eating and drinking after same-day teeth surgery.
September 11, 2021
Dental implants are surgically attached to the jawbone to create a sound foundation and highly functional form of tooth restoration. Once the healing process has concluded, you should not be in pain. If you are still feeling discomfort, there could be a few reasons for it. As you continue reading, a local dentist explains why you may be experiencing sensitivity in a dental implant.(more…)