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Give Thanks to our Care Givers!

This Thanksgiving we give thanks to our care givers, whether it be a family member or a close friend. If you find yourself caring for the health of another person who needs denture care there is a lot you can do to help. It may be a little awkward and embarrassing at first, but go slowly. All dentures (removable or fixed) must be cleaned daily. Check dentures for cracks and stains. Fill the sink with water and scrub removable dentures thoroughly with a denture brush and soap. Rinse removable de...
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No Need for the Fear

Halloween is approaching...but don't fear your dental appointment!If you are apprehensive about going to your dental professional, you are certainly not alone. It’s been estimated that 3 out of 4 people suffer from some form of dental anxiety or fear. Although we work mainly with dentures (and you actually have to remove your teeth and hand them to us!), most of our patients don’t have the same fear as they did years ago, when they were having work done on their natural teeth. Unfor...
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Denture Cleaning Tips

FILL THE SINK HALFWAY WITH WATER SO YOUR DENTURES WON’T BREAK IF YOU DROP THEM   SCRUB DENTURES THOROUGHLY. ASK YOUR DENTURIST FOR A SPECIAL DENTURE BRUSH; IT’S SHORT BRISTLES CLEAN SIDES AND CHEWING SURFACES AND LONG BRISTLES REACH THE NARROW SPACES INSIDE. SOAP AND WATER WORK FINE: BAKING SODA REMOVES STAINS   IF YOU HAVE PARTIAL DENTURES, CLEAN THEIR METAL CLASP CAREFULLY   RINSE DENTURES IN CLEAN WATER BEFORE RETURNING THEM TO YOUR MOUTH   ...
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Dentures and the Canadian You

Today, despite great advances in dentristry, there are still a large number of people, wearing full or partial dentures. In fact, today, more than five million Canadian adults are wearing dentures. That is more than one out of every four people in Canada. So wearing dentures is really quite common. When approached with a positive attitude, dentures can become as natural as putting on your shoes in the morning and taking them off at night! The mouth is one of the most important areas of your bod...
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I Wish...

"I WISH I'D LOOKED AFTER MY TEETH!"Oh, I wish I'd looked after my teeth,And spotted the perils beneath,all the toffees I chewed,And the sweet sticky food,I wish I'd looked after me teeth.I wish I'd been that much more willin'When I had more tooth there than fillin'To pass up gobstoppers,From respect to me choppersAnd buy something else with me shillin'When I think of the lollies I licked,And the licorice allsorts I picked,Sherbet dabs, big and little,All that peanut brittle,My conscience gets ho...
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Essentials for Denture Wearers

1. Keep dentures clean! Bacterial plaque builds up daily in the mouth and on dentures. Unless it’s removed, plaque can cause infection, and disease and bad breath.
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New Dentures Can Erase Wrinkles!

Vertical wrinkles around the mouth may be caused by ill-fitting dentures. False teeth that may once have fit well, change considerably as time goes by. When no teeth are present, the gum and bone tissue become unnecessary and nature removes them. They shrink upward,therefore causing the cheek to sag. Wrinkling and gauntness in the face are two things you must deal with as you grow older, but old or ill‑fitting dentures can be responsible for some of these lines.
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The Georgetown Denture Clinic has been serving the Halton and Halton Hills area since 1982. Alexander Trenton is a licensed Denturist, specializing in implant secured dentures.


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Address : 18 Church Street, Georgetown
Phone : (905) 877-2359
Email : info@georgetowndentureclinic.ca


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