Poor brushing practices can lead to a range of dental problems. The most common is the risk of tooth decay. This condition involves the wear and softening of the protective enamel of the teeth. This deterioration is caused by acids and even mechanical abrasion. If this form of damage is not adequately managed, the structure of the tooth will degrade further, and a cavity will develop. This could lead to an infection of the pulp and other related complications.
I am a senior who recently began wearing dentures, and before I got them, I spent a lot of time researching types of dentures and alternatives. Now, that I have my dentures and my research is complete, I need something new to fill my time. So, I decided to create a blog. "Why not put what I learned to use?" I thought. In this blog, I hope to share facts and figures about dentures and offer a little friendly advice along the way. Learn how many other Australians wear dentures, explore alternatives to dentures and figure out which options are best for you. Thanks for reading!