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Caring For Dentures at Home

Whether you have complete or partial dentures, dentures require proper care to keep them clean, attractive, and for them not to harm the health of your mouth. Caring for dentures at home does not require rocket science, but it does require commitment and consistency. Remember, your dentures were an investment, and it is important that you take care of them in order for them to last.

Typical Course of Implant Treatment

Aside from cost, the most common question regarding dental implants is the typical course of treatment. While every mouth is different and all patients’ needs are unique, there is a typical process that dental implant treatment follows. In most cases, the entire process takes between 5 to 12 months.

Habits That Ruin Your Teeth

Tooth loss is not typically on the radar of most people. People assume that brushing their teeth twice a day is enough, and that is all they do. However, tooth loss affects approximately 25% of the American population, providing even further proof that brushing the teeth is not enough. Neglecting flossing on a daily basis and putting off regular dental cleanings, can lead to the decline in your oral health.

Partial Dentures

Dentures come in all shapes and sizes – literally. While complete dentures replace an entire set of teeth, partial dentures replace one or several missing teeth. Partial dentures can be used to replace teeth that are side-by-side or that have natural teeth between the gaps. Many people feel self-conscious about the appearance of their smile because the smile says so much about them.

Complete Dentures

Dentures are removable replacements for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. There are times and instances when people must have all of their teeth extracted from their mouths. Severe trauma to the mouth and jaw, diseases and certain conditions, and medical side-effects are all common causes of full teeth extraction. The extraction of all the teeth is never a desired outcome as all people only get one set of permanent teeth throughout their lifetimes. However, certain circumstances warrant the necessity of the teeth being extracted; this conclusion should never be made lightly.

Young Adults and Dental Implants

People can damage, break, lose, or have a tooth extracted at any age. However, when most people think of dental implants, they tend to think of the older population being the only candidates for this dental procedure. In fact, there is no “crucial” age for determining whether or not a dental implant is a viable solution. The only crucial factors in deciding if a dental implant will be a successful solution for replacing a missing tooth is whether or not the jaw bone is strong enough to support it, the facial skeleton has fully matured, and your general health is fair.

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