Choosing to have teeth extracted and replacements installed are big decisions that should not be taken lightly. Of course, if pain and discomfort have gotten to this point, then you have likely already weighed the pros and cons of the situation. Poor tooth health can stem from genetics, diseases, or just bad brushing techniques. Cavities form, decay sets in, and if a person is not careful, it will spread quickly from tooth to tooth.
The best way to combat these elements is by making the time and effort, to brush, floss, and rinse thoroughly at least twice a day. Regular check-ups and cleanings by your dental professional can also prove to be beneficial to the cause. However, even these acts are not always enough to stop tooth loss. Car or various other types of accidents can thrust one’s mouth health into the spotlight at center stage. Teeth can become damaged in these events, and sometimes the extent of the injuries is too severe for a repair. Dental implants, partial or full dentures, and various other techniques can become utilized as a remedy, but patients should do their research and ask questions before making a decision on which one is the right solution for them.
Durable, Long-Lasting, And Pain-Free Teeth
Our state-of-the-art equipment and on-site lab help us to create comfortable fitting dentures promptly. After all, haven’t you been avoiding the foods you love for far long enough? A rocking liner or misaligned bite can have lasting and undesirable consequences. For instance, healthy teeth can become chipped or broken more severely if the denture is flopping around inside your mouth. Facial features can also change over time if wearers do not seek corrections, or stop wearing the dentures altogether.
It is notable for mentioning that although the teeth might last a lifetime, new fittings and dentures will be needed from time to time. With nothing in the tooth socket to promote bone growth, the jaw bone will eventually begin to deteriorate, and your once comfortable liner will likely become unbearable to wear. It is true that in the end, you will have gained a beautiful smile to flash around, but the new functional teeth will also help you eat to reach daily nutritional levels and remain healthy.