Natural-Looking Dentures Restore Beautiful Smiles! – From Your Dentist In Edmonton
At Yellowbird Dental in Edmonton, we know that if you are missing one or more teeth, dentures may be your ideal solution for filling in the gaps, restoring your speaking and confidence, and enjoying the foods you love again!
There are two types of dentures: full and partial. Full dentures are used when all of a patient’s natural teeth are missing in one or both arches, while partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain. Both types of dentures have benefits that can improve your quality of life.
Benefits of full and partial dentures include:
- Boosting confidence in your smile. By filling in the gaps left by missing teeth, dentures can help you feel better about smiling, laughing, and talking with others.
- Preventing shifting of nearby teeth. When teeth are missing, the remaining teeth can begin to shift out of place. This can lead to further dental problems down the road. Dentures help to fill in the gaps and keep teeth in their original positions.
- Restoring chewing and speaking function. Dentures make it possible to chew and speak correctly again. This can greatly improve your quality of life, as well as your nutritional and overall health.
- Enabling you to eat the foods you love. Dentures make it possible to enjoy many of your favourite foods without worry or pain.
Is everyone a candidate for dentures?
In order for dentures to be effective, you need to have enough bone in your jaw to support them. If you have been missing teeth for a long time, there is a chance that your jawbone has begun to shrink. This can happen when the roots of your teeth are no longer stimulating the bone. Without this stimulation, the bone begins to deteriorate.
If you are considering dentures, call us today. We’ll perform a thorough examination of your mouth to determine if they’re the right option for you!
Contact Yellowbird Dental About Full & Partial Dentures Today
- Restore your smile
- Enjoy the foods you love again
- Prevent shifting in any remaining nearby teeth
- Avoid facial volume loss that accompanies tooth extraction
- Prioritize your oral health!