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Just A Few of My Favourite Things - Happy Holidays!
        SUNG TO THE TUNE OF “MY FAVOURITE THINGS” (Pictured: Jennifer Bisson, Denturist, and Alex Trenton, Denturist) Maalox, and nose drops, and needles for knitting Walkers, and handrails, and new dental fittings Bundles of magazines tied up in string These are a few of my favourite things Cadillacs, and cataracts, and hearing aids and glasses Polident, and Fixodent, and false teeth in glasses Pacemakers, golf cart...
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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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