2014 December 22 | By Allan Delsaut, DD. Sudbury Denture Specialist
The process of creating dentures involves some mighty impressive technology, but now the denturist world is taking steps towards even greater technology, the 3D printer.
Are you familiar with 3-D printers? You might have seen stories about them recently, as they churn out everything from jewellery, to prosthetic limbs, to carbon fibre car parts. And now, even orthodontic appliances can be made with the help of these versatile machines.| More >>
2014 December 8 | By Allan Delsaut, DD. Sudbury Denture Specialist
Denture wearers should be aware of the need for periodic adjustments from relines to small repairs. Even the best fitting dentures can get loose after time. The first line of attack, when there seems to be something odd about your dentures is to visit your denturist.
While you might be aware of products marketed as “do-it-yourself reliners”, or temporary denture fixes - beware. Many of these these products can end up doing more harm than good.| More >>
2014 November 25 | By Allan Delsaut, Denture Specialist
By far the greatest challenge for most denture wearers is re-learning how to eat with dentures. A lot of denture wearers simply avoid foods that give them problems, but that’s not necessary. You just need to understand the mechanics and employ a few tricks to make things easier. Take some advice from the camel. | More >>
2014 November 11 | By Allan Delsaut, Denture Specialist
Getting used to new dentures is like anything else it takes time. If you look at the adjustment period as a journey, you’ll remember that there’s also a destination. Even the most experienced denture wearers have a few challenges.
Adjusting to dentures takes about thirty days. Here’s what you can expect.| More >>