Author Archives: Dentures Alaska

As a Patient of Dentures Alaska, Do I Still Need to Worry About Gum Disease?

It’s common for dentures wearers to allow their oral care to go by the wayside. It’s very common in full denture wearers, but it can even happen with partial denture wearers. The idea is that, since the person’s natural teeth … Continue reading

You’re Never Too Young for Dentures

It’s a common misconception that dentures are only for people of advanced age. It’s easy to see why this thought is so prevalent. Dentures are primarily marketed towards the older generations and it is a fact that many elderly people … Continue reading

5 Types of dentures and exciting facts about them

Congratulations on your decision to get a new set of dentures! Dentures are one of the most economical ways to replace all of your teeth and enhance the appearance of your smile, but did you know there are several types … Continue reading

Surprising facts about types of Dentures and their cost – FAQ included

Dentures have completely transformed over the past decade. In addition to traditional full dentures, patients now have options like implant-supported dentures. Traditional dentures are held in place using natural suction between the prosthesis and the oral tissues. Implant supported dentures … Continue reading

13 ultimate Denture FAQs answered

Want to know more about getting dentures? A new dentures patient is sure to have plenty of questions about the types of procedures, cost, length of treatment, and more. At Dentures Alaska we want all of our patients to understand … Continue reading

Adjusting to Your New Dentures

So you’ve completed your denture treatment! Getting used to your brand new smile can take some practice, but knowing the right steps to follow can help ensure an easier transition to becoming a successful denture patient. Learning to use and … Continue reading

Sleep Apnea and Dental Appliances

Sleep apnea is a condition that prevents a person from getting a full night’s sleep. The person actually stops breathing several times throughout the night. This causes the person’s body to essentially think that it is suffocating and the person … Continue reading

Periodontal Disease May Affect More Than Just the Gums

It turns out that brushing and flossing your teeth and visiting your dentist for regular checkups and cleanings can do more than save your teeth; it can also save your life. According to Sally Cram, DDS, a spokesperson for the … Continue reading

Implant Retained Dentures

Even if dentures are molded to your mouth and even if the adhesive you’re using is considered extra-strength, your dentures can still move around or, gulp, pop out at exactly the wrong time. For that reason we offer our patients … Continue reading

Benefits of IV Sedation Dentistry

IV sedation dentistry is very helpful for patients who need a little help relaxing during a dental visit. Some dental practices call this type of dentistry ‘sleep dentistry’, but it doesn’t actually put you to sleep. The primary thing I … Continue reading