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  • 23/08/2022 - ELISHA VANDOR 0 Comments
    MOLLY IS PRAISING HER NEW DENTURES FOR THIS REASON

    Usually, I’m singing the praises of dental implant supported dentures and how they can help solve many normal denture issues that people experience; but today, I’m singing a different tune and going back to basics. I’m sure most of you can relate too, especially when I say, ‘a quality denture that’s made right can make a world of difference’. Our patient, Molly quickly learned the truth to
    that statement.

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  • 16/06/2022 - ELISHA VANDOR 0 Comments
    HERE'S A DIFFERENT WAY TO WEAR YOUR DENTURES

    Truthfully, the outer appearance of full dentures has not changed much. Let’s not judge a book by its cover, though. It’s what’s inside that counts and this advancement changes how you eat and what you can eat.

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  • 07/06/2022 - BROCK VANDOR 0 Comments
    DENTURES TOOK MY TASTE, BUT NOW IT'S BACK

    It is proven that patients can have loss of taste and smell when they have a full upper denture. This is because the palate (or roof of your mouth) plays a role in your taste and smell, and when a denture covers your palate, the joy of tasting all our favourite foods can be lost!

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  • 28/07/2021 0 Comments
    A NEW TECHNOLOGY IS MAKING PARTIAL DENTURES WAY BETTER

    There is something new and very exciting when it comes to partial dentures! I am so excited about it because it is one of those things that is undoubtedly superior to the way we used to do it. They are fitting better than I have ever seen, and of course, patients are having more comfort than they have ever had in the past.

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  • 23/03/2021 - ELISHA VANDOR 0 Comments
    COMBINING DENTURES WITH DENTAL IMPLANTS

          Why not have the best of both worlds? To make the transition to dentures easier and a whole new experience, you can combine a denture with dental implants! Dental implants help the dentures function like natural teeth would, which provides a sense of normalcy when eating and talking with dentures. For Don, a recent patient, he said the dental implants combined with his denture has “changed his life!”

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  • 12/11/2020 - ELISHA VANDOR 0 Comments
    VANDOR DENTURE GETS GREEN LIGHT TO STAY OPEN

    What happens when your denture unknowingly breaks in half or accidentally gets dropped in the sink and a front tooth pops out? At that moment, most people scramble to dial our phone number and on the other end I hear a slightly panicked voice asking if I am open and seeing patients. My answer of ...'YES' often brings a sigh of relief and thankfulness knowing they will not have to blend their food for the unforeseeable future. 

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  • 02/11/2020 - ELISHA VANDOR 0 Comments
    DEALING WITH YOUR DENTURES DURING COVID

    In our office we have 4 pillars that we use as our guiding structure for serving patients and providing denture services. In fact, everything we do hinges on the success of our first pillar, which is health. The health and safety of our patients and ourselves is the most important aspect of our business. For sure today (more than ever) it's probably your first pillar too. 

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  • 28/08/2020 - ELISHA VANDOR 0 Comments
    DECIDE ON DENTAL IMPLANTS BEFORE ITS TOO LATE

     

     

    Time flies by fast when we get older. I can attest to the rapid progression of time as I've been married for seven years and find myself saying, 'it feels like yesterday.' The other day I had a patient call me thinking she saw us a couple years ago (sometime in 2018) when in reality it was over 5 years ago! Needless to say, time flies by when we're not paying attention and unfortunately this can restrict your choice for teeth replacement options. 

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  • 14/07/2020 - OPINION GIVEN BY ACTUAL PATIENT 0 Comments
    "IT CHANGED MY LIFE!" SAYS LOCAL LONG-TERM DENTURE WEARER

    This month Brian will be celebrating his 92nd birthday, and for the first time in years he says he can have medium rare T-bone steak again!

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  • 21/05/2020 - Elisha Vandor 0 Comments
    NO MORE LOOSE DENTURES

    BY ELISHA VANDOR - Tuesday, May 12, 2020

     

    Why are you experiencing loose denture problems when everyone else you know seems to be fine with their dentures? There are two textbook answers: the denture could be made incorrectly and/or it was poorly fitted.

     

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  • 11/03/2020 - Elisha Vandor 0 Comments
    WHY DENTURES ARE STILL SO POPULAR

    BY ELISHA VANDOR - Wednesday, March 4 8:00pm

     

    Yes, you've probably heard of the alternative to traditional removable dentures already. If not, let me provide a brief refresher here. Dental implants can be used to replace full arches of missing teeth permanently, or just secure a loose denture. They have A LOT of benefits, but dental insurance coverage isn't one of them. Dental insurance is one reason why dentures are still so popular. 

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  • 06/02/2020 - STORIES SUBMITTED BY PATIENTS 0 Comments
    YEARS OF DENTURE FRUSTRATIONS ARE BEING FIXED

    BY ELISHA VANDOR, STORIES SUBMITTED BY PATIENTS

     

    Over the past 5 years of working alongside Brock, whether at reception, in the lab, or hiding in the back writing these articles; I must tell you, I have seen countless people come in with all kinds of denture problems, or even just denture questions, and leave just so happy they came. Sometimes their dentures were old, lots of times they were loose, other times they didn't even have dentures yet. But no matter what, we hear stories like these every day and are so encouraged to keep working hard doing what we do best, making people smile! I wanted to share just a couple of those stories today, hopefully to encourage you as well, that denture help is our there. Actually, right in your neighbourhood!

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  • 10/01/2020 - BROCK VANDOR 0 Comments
    NEW 'INVISIBLE' CLASPS PROVEN BETTER FOR PARTIAL DENTURE WEARERS

    A New Year's denture resolution, Part 2

    BY BROCK VANDOR - January 8, 2020

     

    How can you tell right away if someone has a partial denture? Well a sure sign is when you can see metal hooks when they smile. 

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