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Cosmetic Dentistry
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Smile Makeover
Tooth Contouring & Reshaping
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Teeth Whitening
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Telescopic Dentures
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Hybrid dentures
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Full Mouth Rehabilitation
Maxillofacial Prostheses
Removable Dentures
Complete Dentures
Partial Dentures
Cast Partial Dentures
Flexible Dentures
Immediate Dentures
Orthodontic Treatment - Braces
Orthopaedic Appliances
Orthognathic Surgery
Bonded Retention
Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders
Minor Oral Surgery
Dental Examination & Cleaning
Treating Gum Disease
Cosmetic Gum Surgery
Bone Grafts
Gum Prosthesis
Dental Fillings
Root Canal Treatment
Dentistry for Children
Teeth Grinding
Appliances for Teeth Grinding
Appliances for Snoring
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Oral Hygiene
Adjusting to your Dentures
Caring for your Dentures
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How should you care for your dentures?

Some suggestions for proper denture care are:

• ALWAYS rinse your dentures inside and outside after each meal.

• ALWAYS clean inside and out with a soft denture brush and a
mild soap before putting them in your mouth in the morning and after taking them out at night.

• ALWAYS put your dentures in water with or without denture cleanser at night. Follow cleanser instructions.

• ALWAYS clean your dentures over a soft surface or basin of water. This will help avoid breakage if dropped.

• ALWAYS massage your gums morning and night with a soft brush or cotton gauze.

• ALWAYS see your dentist for any denture adjustment.

• NEVER use scouring powders or strong detergents. These may damage the dentures.

• NEVER put your dentures in hot water.

• NEVER let your dentures dry out.

• NEVER use adhesives unless advised to do so by your dentist.

• NEVER attempt to adjust, repair, or refit your denture yourself.