All denture patients have experienced it: that day when you realize your denture is loose. There are a number of reasons your denture may start to fit poorly. Sometimes, uneven or excessive tooth wear causes your denture to tip or rock. Certain health conditions can also affect how your denture fits, such as weight loss of more than 7 pounds, sudden or new illness, cancer treatments, and various medications. However, there is one factor affecting all denture wearers that you may not have considered – bone loss.
You think you need a new denture made. Maybe it’s your first denture, or perhaps you have been wearing a denture for some time and think it’s time for a replacement. What’s your first step? Schedule a consultation.
Here’s a question we commonly hear: what makes a Precision denture different from a Standard denture? Simply put, a Precision denture is built to function and fit better than a Standard denture.
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While immediate dentures are a welcome treatment option for many patients, your body will initially not respond so enthusiastically. Thankfully, these responses can be anticipated, adjusted to, and overcome with time, persistence, and practice.
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When you buy a pair of shoes, you understand that in time, they will become worn out and lose their comfortable fit, and that eventually you will have to replace them. It is the same with dentures: in time, replacements will be needed, even though many denture wearers believe that dentures should last a lifetime.
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Regardless of age, many people face unexpected health risks because they are missing one or more of their natural teeth. Thankfully, there are realistic and affordable solutions available to solve the problem, including partial dentures.
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