Dentures are dental replacements that are removable and come in full or partial sets. They're most common in those who are missing entire sets of teeth rather than just one or two. Dentures are a tried-and-true method of replacing missing teeth and restoring a beautiful smile. However, not all dentures are created equal. They differ in terms of quality, craftsmanship, and longevity, all of which have an impact on whether your dentures seem natural.
• An experienced dental technician who regularly provides dentures
• A dental technician who can show you before-and-after photos of patients who have received dentures
• A dentist who places a premium on the quality, form, and function of the dentures he or she provides
• A technician who is dedicated to your long-term satisfaction with your dentures
First and foremost, do you actually require dentures? This is an excellent question to ask . When you're
missing teeth, your confidence suffers, but that's not the only reason you should consider dental implants
or dentures. Missing teeth can have a far greater impact on your health than you may believe.
Nearly 70% of persons aged 35 to 44 have at least one missing tooth, and one in every four people over
the age of 74 has all of their teeth missing.
It's simple for food and bacteria to get lodged in your gums when they're exposed. If these food particles
and bacteria aren't eliminated, they can cause serious diseases. Gum disease, which has been linked
to both heart disease and diabetes, is frequently followed by infection.
To know more about the right type of dentures for you, please contact and schedule a consultation today.
Complete or Partial Dentures