Dentures are removable dental appliances crafted to replace missing teeth.
Quality dentures stain less easily than natural teeth. The composite/resin material used in dentures included a sealant designed to hinder issues with staining.
Today’s custom-made dentures are designed to stay in place.
Properly made and placed dentures allow you to eat almost anything you want.
On the contrary, dentures often make people look younger because they help maintain the jaw, facial muscles, and bite.
Loose or shifting teeth and widening spaces between your teeth may be a sign of bone loss and periodontal disease. If you have loose teeth, they will need to be removed and dentures will provide a tooth replacement option.
Severe pain can be a sign that tooth decay is attacking the nerve in the middle of the tooth. Caught early during your regular dental visit, this issue can be fixed with a filling. When decay is advanced, sometimes it must be removed and replaced with a partial denture to maintain proper functioning of your teeth.
Missing teeth place an unbearable burden on the remaining teeth. One lost tooth typically leads to more and more lost teeth in the future. In a survey by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly one in five adults over the age of 65 had all their teeth removed.
Difficulties eating hard or chewy food may reveal serious problems below the surface. These issues may be the sign that a tooth or teeth may soon need to be extracted and replaced with dentures.
Dentures restore your smile and your confidence. You can smile freely without worry.
Modern dentures generally allow you to eat what you want.
Without teeth, facial muscles begin to sag and impact your appearance, making you look older. Dentures provide the support needed to maintain your facial structure.
Dentures not only provide a cost-effective solution to restore your smile, they prevent a myriad of expensive oral health issues over the long-term.
When teeth go, so does bone. Dentures decrease the rate at which bones deteriorate.
Missing teeth place a huge burden on remaining teeth, causing them to wear more quickly. Dentures balance the load.
Missing teeth can impact the way you say certain words. Dentures solve that issue.
Because we custom design your dentures to fit your smile, your gum shade, and your skin tone – they look naturally beautiful.
Contact us today for a complimentary denture consultation to see how this cost-effective option can replace missing teeth and restore your smile.