The Difference Between Full and Partial Dentures

Do you know the important differences between full and partial dentures? Our team is happy to review both versions for optimal tooth replacement to help you better understand how they can restore your smile. Below we will review the main types of dentures, which are full and partial dentures, and the benefits they have to offer. Dentures replace missing teeth... read more »

Denture Adhesive Can Attach Removable Dentures to the Underlying Gums

Complete and partial dentures designed at ODonnell Family Dentistry’s clinic are typically created to match the specific shape and contours of your existing gum structure. This close fit should help secure the removable dental appliance in your mouth with the sufficient strength to help you bite, chew, and grind food. At the same time, applying a little denture adhesive to... read more »

Holiday Dentistry: Cosmetic Dentistry

Are you aware of the benefits that cosmetic dentistry can give you to enhance and repair your smile? Numerous oral health care procedures and treatments exist within cosmetic dentistry to ensure any dental damage, oral accidents, or oral injuries that you have suffered can be repaired to give you a spectacular mouth once again. In addition, numerous treatments can take... read more »

Cleaning Your Dentures

Your dentures are allowing you to eat and speak normally and comfortably once again. They have also restored the beauty of your smile. To enjoy the benefits of your dentures long term, it is imperative that you take good care of them. Dr. David O'Donnell and our team are happy to explain the importance of cleaning your dentures daily as... read more »

Oral Hygiene Topic: Dentures

Do you want the perfect tooth replacement to mimic your remaining teeth without the hassle for surgery that comes with dental implants? With dentures, the ease at which you can insert and detach your teeth will be a breeze. Unlike dental bridges and dental implants, dentures can be taken out on a whim to allow your gums a chance to... read more »

Aging and Dental Health Basics

As you age, your dental health can take a hit. The hazards of everyday life eventually begin to take their toll, especially on your teeth. The constant wear and tear from chewing and eating food can wear your teeth down if you do not practice various dental health basics. Listed below are few tips to consider to keep your mouth... read more »