While the risk within BC is still considered low, public concern about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is growing. Vernon Denture Clinic takes this threat seriously.[Read more…] about COVID-19 Risk Prevention
One of the most frequent questions we are asked is how long will my new denture last. Sadly, a denture will not last forever – 5 to 7 years on average – but perhaps not for the reasons you think.[Read more…] about How long will my denture last?
March is National Nutrition Month
According to a 2017 report, people who are fully edentulous (missing all of their teeth) are at risk of experiencing nutrient deficiencies.
What is nutrient deficiency? What contributes to it when it comes to denture wearers? And what can you do to prevent this from happening?[Read more…] about Nutrient Deficiency in Denture Wearers
Some patients tell us they can’t imagine going without their denture at night or for any length of time.
So why do we tell patients to take their dentures out overnight?[Read more…] about Why should I remove my denture at night?
The amount of time it takes to have a denture made depends on a few factors, but most importantly it depends on the type of denture you need to have made.[Read more…] about How Long Does It Take to Make a Denture?
It’s all over the global newswires – Coronavirus. While this new illness has caused widespread concern, influenza and even the common cold present a higher risk to most Canadians.
Whether from colds, flus, or the latest Coronavirus, how can we reduce our risk of getting sick and keep ourselves and others safe?[Read more…] about Coronavirus and Other Viruses: How to stay healthy