While the risk within BC is still considered low, public concern about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is growing. Kelowna Denture Clinic takes this threat seriously.[Read more…] about COVID-19 Risk Prevention
Part of diligent denture and oral care for denture wearers is removing your denture at night or for several continuous hours each day.
If you have dental benefits, you may or may not be aware that benefits under many insurance plans have an annual expiration date.
As we head into fall, it’s a great time to refresh your memory about expiring benefits, so that you can make the most out of your coverage for 2019.
This blog article was originally posted on October 4, 2018.[Read more…] about Annual insurance benefits don’t last forever
You thought you’d planned for everything – the cookies are decorated, the lights are twinkling, the turkey is roasting, and the carols are softly playing. Unfortunately, you didn’t plan for that denture emergency during Christmas dinner.
If you are fortunate enough to have dental benefits, you may or may not be aware that benefits under many insurance plans have an annual expiration date.
As we approach Thanksgiving, it’s a great time to refresh your memory about expiring benefits, so that you can make the most out of your coverage for 2018.
All denture patients have experienced it: that day when you realize your denture is loose. There are a number of reasons your denture may start to fit poorly. Sometimes, uneven or excessive tooth wear causes your denture to tip or rock. Certain health conditions can also affect how your denture fits, such as weight loss of more than 7 pounds, sudden or new illness, cancer treatments, and various medications. However, there is one factor affecting all denture wearers that you may not have considered – bone loss.