When it comes to your smile, you want the best possible tooth replacement option your money can buy. Your smile plays a big part in communication and socializing to convey your intent. In today’s climate, dentures have gone from unattractive false teeth to beautiful and functionally effective tooth replacements.
Why consider dentures out of today’s dental restoration choices?
-Strong and durable: whether you need partial or complete dentures to replace missing teeth, they will be made of quality materials such as acrylic or acrylic resin, a composite resin, or porcelain. If your dentures are partials or even clip-ons they will have strong metal clasps that will attach over your teeth for a good fit so you can bite and chew normally without worrying about them slipping. If you take good care of your dentures they can often last for a decade!
-Fewer cavities: dentures by their nature can’t get cavities! They will stay strong and durable without decay. You still have to maintain your remaining teeth to protect those from cavities.
-Comfort: dentures are easy to place and painless. You can comfortably sit back as you get your dental evaluation to check the condition of your mouth, teeth and gums. Dental issues should be fixed (decay, fractures, discoloration) and then your tooth impression will be done so we can create your dentures to look and fit perfectly. It will take longer if you need to have one or more teeth removed so that your gums can heal. When the gums are ready, your dentures can be made!
-Your bite and chewing pattern will be even: lost teeth in your smile means that the rest of your teeth have to work harder when you eat, and that means prematurely being worn down more quickly which can lead to oral pain and tooth loss. With the help of dentures, your remaining teeth will be protected as the denture helps distribute your bite force properly.
-Maintain full facial muscle distribution: when losing teeth, over time, your cheekbones lose their structural density so your face appears sunken in, affecting facial muscles as well as bone density. With dentures to replace any missing teeth, your cheeks will look normal, healthier, and attractive.
-Easy to clean and maintain: dentures don’t require special care, you just need to brush using a soft-bristled toothbrush to get rid of oral debris and bacterial plaque that will otherwise collect and stain like your natural teeth if not cared for every day. Just brush your dentures and soak them daily in a cleaner and they will continue to look and feel great!
We look forward to helping you create a healthy, beautiful smile!