As adults age, they must sometimes have some or all their upper and/or lower natural teeth removed. The reasons for the extractions can be due to gum disease, decay, malnutrition, genetic disorders or an injury. While needing dentures may be upsetting to some people, they can rest in the fact that partial or full dentures can bring back the full and imperative functions of their mouths and natural teeth.
At the office of The Miller Center for Dental Excellence, our highly skilled dental professionals are committed to restoring the purposes and appearance of your natural teeth. Our office’s environment is peaceful and soothing, creating an atmosphere that lets the implementation of fitting your partial or full dentures as comfortable as possible.
Dentures are removable appliances that replace missing teeth and help restore your smile. If you’ve lost all of your natural teeth, replacing them with full dentures will benefit your appearance and your health. That’s because dentures let you eat and speak much more efficiently than if you had no teeth.
When you lose all or many of your teeth, facial muscles sag. Your gums recede and make you look older, especially because as time goes by, faces naturally lose subcutaneous fat. A lack of teeth can also make you look like you’re in poor health. Dentures help fill out your face and profile. In fact, they can be made to so closely resemble your natural teeth that your appearance hardly changes. And there’s no doubt that dentures improve your smile—so much that others may think your dentures are your natural teeth.
At the office of The Miller Center for Dental Excellence, we appreciate that every patient is unique. During your initial consultation, you’ll tell us about your goals. We’ll then evaluate your case and discuss any concerns you may have. We’re dedicated to presenting all of your available options and delivering the results you expect. For more information about dentures and our many other services, please contact us today!
By The Miller Center for Dental Excellence
May 27, 2021