Those with dentures have likely felt significant pain over the years as their teeth have slowly experienced problem after problem. Dentures are a permanent solution to restore one’s appearance, and they allow those with significant tooth problems to regain proper tooth function, which aids in chewing, appearance, and overall oral health. There are many problems that can lead to the need of dentures.
Below are 3 common ones we see at Woodside Denture Centre.
- Decay– For some, years of decay have led to teeth rotting and falling out. This is sometimes due to poor oral hygiene, and at times, can be hereditary or diet related, despite regular brushing and dental checkups. In partnership with local dentists we work together to find the best solution based on cost and personal preference.
- Gum Disease– Gum disease, especially if left untreated can result in the loss of teeth, making dentures the best option for restoring a smile. Gum disease is the leading cause for dentures with about 70% of adult tooth loss a direct cause from the disease. There are many symptoms to watch out for that could be an indicator of gum disease starting with the gums itself. Any swollen, tender, red or bloody gums are strong indicators of gum disease. Other indicators would be shifting or loose teeth. If you are experiencing any of the above you may want to book a free consultation to see if dentures are the required solution.
- Injury– A significant injury to the face can result in multiple teeth falling out or becoming seriously damaged. Sometimes, teeth can be preserved and implanted, but this is not always the case. Dentures can quickly and easily restore one’s smile after experiencing a significant injury that results in damage to the teeth. Sports injuries and traffic accidents are the top reasons why you may need to consider dentures. At a younger age these injuries do not need to impact your ability to live in a negative way. Woodside cares and empathizes when these unfortunate issues arise.
Dentures are a relatively quick and easy way to restore that perfect smile and rebuild the self-esteem that is often decreased after someone experiences the embarrassment of losing one or more teeth. It is important to note that everyone’s teeth are different, and for that reason, there are multiple types of dentures.
Complete Dentures Airdrie
If you have experienced significant injury, resulting in the loss of multiple teeth, or perhaps have struggled with gum disease or decay, it might be time to consider dentures. It is important to seek the expertise of a denturist with extensive experience with dentures and who is committed to helping patients determine the perfect look to help restore their smile and overall appearance. Our caring team at Woodside Denture Centre in Airdrie are here to help and assist. Give us a call to book your free consultation today.
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