Regardless of age, many people are missing one or more of their natural teeth. Here is an outline of the health risks posed by missing teeth and the realistic and affordable solutions – including a partial denture – that are available to solve the problem.[Read more…] about The Benefits of a Partial Denture
The risk presented by COVID-19 caused us to close our office from March 16 to May 24. Now that we are reopening, what are we doing to ensure the safety of our patients, visitors, staff, and the general public?[Read more…] about COVID-19 and Patient Safety
In March 2020, our clinic and many other businesses temporarily closed due to COVID-19.
When we closed, some of our patients were forced to delay or pause treatment. Since closing, other patients have been unable to resolve various denture-related problems.[Read more…] about Adjusting to the “New Normal”
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
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