The problems with dentures include slipping, gum irritation, trouble eating and talking, bone loss, and inability to taste food as well due to a covered palate. Clearly, dentures do not feel and function like natural teeth.
Good oral hygiene and regular dental checkups can help you avoid the need for dentures later in your life, but other factors can make dental replacements an inevitability.
The good news? Modern dental implant technology offers a better tooth restoration solution. If you currently wear traditional dentures and are not happy with them, implant anchored dentures may dramatically change your life. Your chewing ability will be similar to that of natural teeth and you will be able to eat hard foods again.
How about a thick T-bone at your favorite Midlothian steakhouse? In addition to being able to enjoy your meal, you will avoid the embarrassment of having your dentures rattle around in your mouth in public.
Before you pay for another denture reline, ask your Midlothian dentist about the possibility of dental implants.
Attention Midlothian denture wearers: there is life after dentures with tooth implants!
Come see us at White & White at 1690 Huguenot Rd in Midlothian for more information about dental implants.
J. Scott White and Pranee White
White & White
1690 Huguenot Rd
Midlothian, Virginia 23113