Denture care requires daily maintenance just as natural teeth do. In order to keep your breath fresh, your dentures clean, and stains at a minimum, denture wearers must be proactive in caring for their dentures. One specific way for denture wearers to keep their dentures clean and fresh is to have their dentures professional cleaned on a regular basis.
Dentures are subject to the same wear and tear as natural teeth. You chew, speak, brush, and use your mouth for necessary function each day. Yet, while dentures are created to be durable and withstand normal usage, they are not as hard as natural tooth enamel.
Dentures are an investment in your smile. Dentures allow those with missing teeth a means to achieve a new and complete smile to offer them convenience and confidence as they go throughout their lives. While dentures are not a permanent solution to replace missing teeth, they do offer you the ability to recreate a smile that is complete and that you feel good about.
Partial dentures are used to replace missing teeth when there are still some healthy teeth in the mouth. Partial dentures fill the gap between healthy teeth in order to create a complete smile. Partial dentures are a great solution for those who have healthy teeth remaining in the mouth because the denture fills in the spaces of the smile to help make your smile more attractive, as well as make talking and eating easier.
Many people are interested in permanently replacing missing teeth, but the dental implant surgical procedure scares them to where they simply choose to live with gaps in their smile. At Georgia Dental & Implant Specialists, we want you to understand the procedures, time commitment, and benefits of dental implants so that you know whether dental implants are right for you.
As astonishing as it may sound, millions of Americans are missing teeth. People lose their permanent teeth due to a variety of causes. Tooth decay, disease, and trauma are the most common causes of tooth loss, and all of these can cause issues for a person. Teens and adults who are missing teeth often feel self-conscious, embarrassed, and insecure regarding the gaps in their smile.