How To Fix Loose And Slipping Dentures

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Fix your loose denturesOne of the most frequently repeated complaints of denture wearers is that their dentures are too loose, making eating and even talking more difficult. Although the bottom is the one that experiences the greatest slippage, it can affect the top plate as well.

Is there a solution? How can you fix loose and slipping dentures? Most would suggest that denture adhesive is the answer, but we have something much better, a solution which is both permanent and revolutionary.

As a denture wearer, you will have had – at least once – the embarrassing experience of your bottom plate falling out whilst eating. Unfortunately, this is a problem that can, and does, very easily recur. The market provides plenty of denture adhesives, but they are all less than adequate.

The best solution for your problem is dental implants.

A dental implant is a surgical-grade titanium post that is placed in the jaw. These posts are specially designed to allow the bone to grow around it, and as a consequence also helps to prevent bone loss, an issue so common with denture wearers. Each of these titanium posts has a small round ball at the top over which the dental plates are placed. You will receive approximately three or four such implants, and when the dental plate is laid over top of it your dentures will be firmly secured. In fact, your dentures will remain as stable as real teeth.

The benefits of dental implants are obvious: You will be able to chew and eat any food that you desire, your speech and pronunciation will vastly improve eliminating any lisps or whistles, and because the dental implants allow your dentures to function as real teeth your self esteem will significantly improve, making you a happier and more confident person.

Don’t waste your money buying expensive denture adhesives; they just don’t work. Ask us about our dental implants, and how you too can benefit from this revolutionary, safe, and effective technique!

Call our Franklin Square, Long Island office today at (516) 565-6565 for a free consultation to discuss how we can give you the smile you always wanted.

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