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What Perks Do You Get When You Get Customized Dentures?
Posted on 2/15/2018 by Tuttle Crossing Dental Group
Customized dentures are currently an option in the dental world. Not many people know about them, however, and might not take advantage of them when it comes to having a better fit, a more comfortable experience and best-looking teeth overall. Learn all of the benefits that come with customized dentures and getting them for yourself. What are Customized Dentures?Each of the dentures that are provided through customization are made to match the age, face shape and other aspects of the person so that they fit perfectly inside their mouth. Customized dentures are easily able to fit inside the mouth, connect to the gums with ease and the teeth on the product match the age and face shape of the person wearing them, making them appear younger and natural. Benefits of Customized DenturesCustomized dentures come with many benefits that many are unable to get with dentures that are not customized to fit perfectly within the mouth. Other benefits include looking younger and more youthful, having teeth that match the look of your face, having a more comfortable fit of dentures and being able to smile in confidence with dentures that do not slip out when you smile, talk or eat with them in. They are a natural denture that can provide the user with many benefits for years to come. They are customized to each person so that no two look the same. Traditional dentures are made to fit within the mouth but not to fit perfectly inside without slipping, unlike customized dentures. If you want to know more about customized dentures or if you want to find out if you can have a pair matched to the shape of your mouth, speak with our professionals here. We are more than happy to help you. We can set you up with a consultation for the dentures you'd like to have....
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Clenching Your Teeth Won't Be a Problem with Dentures, Right?
Posted on 1/27/2018 by Tuttle Crossing Dental Group
Bruxism is a condition in which you unconsciously clench your teeth. In some cases, you may even clench your teeth harder than you can consciously. Bruxism can occur while you are awake or while you are sleeping. Bruxism can cause serious damage to your teeth. You might think that if you have dentures, bruxism is no longer an issue. However, bruxism can still be just as harmful. Clenching is Hard on Your DenturesWhen your jaw clenches, your dentures press together. The pressure exerted on your dentures is more than they are designed to handle. This can cause you to wear down your dentures faster, and potentially even break them. With bruxism, you will most likely wind up needing replacement sets sooner than if you didn't have the condition. Sleep Bruxism Can Still Harm Your MouthEven without teeth, natural or dentures, bruxism can still cause a significant amount of damage. When your jaw clenches while you sleep, your gums press together with excessive force. This can lead to accelerated bone loss. It can also cause an imbalance in your jaw muscles, which will then affect how your dentures fit. Dentures Can Cause BruxismIll-fitting dentures can actually cause bruxism. When your dentures don't fit well, it can alter the alignment of your jaw, which then puts the muscles off balance. The muscles may then contract harder in an attempt to realign themselves. Treating Your BruxismThere are a few ways to treat your bruxism: If you suffer with bruxism, and you wear dentures, be sure to speak with your dentist to find the best solution for you....
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What to Do if You Need to Replace Your Dentures
Posted on 1/17/2018 by Tuttle Crossing Dental Group
With proper care, your dentures will last for a long time, but they are not indestructible. There are several signs that indicate you need to have them replaced as your gums may suffer and lead to several problems. One obvious sign that tells you need to have your dentures replaced is when your gums become red, swollen, or tender. It might also begin to bleed because the dentures are already pressing through your gums. So, what do you do if you need to have your dentures replaced? Talk with Your Dentist Immediately When You Experience the Initial SignsYour dentist can recommend a denture replacement if he sees that your denture is already causing problems. A loose denture can also become a big problem and social embarrassments are always bound to happen. To prevent these instances from happening, it is best to seek advice from your dentist as they are the best ones who can provide you with recommendations. Talking with your dentist will also be helpful to uncover problems that are already cropping up including a receding bone and gum ridge caused by disproportionate dentures. Have Yourself Refitted with New DenturesDiscomforts and difficulty chewing can only be corrected with a new set of dentures. If your old one is already causing severe pain when eating, it is best to consult with your dentist first and have yourself fitted with a new denture if possible. This way you prevent further damage to your gums and maintain a good oral health. Having yourself refitted with a new set of dentures will remove gum irritation and pressure sores that are causing your gum to bleed. The fit changes should suction comfortably with your gums to prevent any discomfort. If you want to learn more about what to do when you need a denture replacement, we can provide you with more information. Simply call our office and we´ll be happy to answer any of your questions....
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