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Facts about Your New Dentures

January 3, 2022
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Posted By: Dr. Christopher Wigley
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If you’ve decided to replace missing teeth, you've made a smart decision. Tooth replacement not only enhances your self-esteem but also contributes to lifelong oral health, preventing everything from tooth migration to future wear and tear.

Dentures in Jensen Beach, FL are a fantastic option for patients looking for a practical and affordable solution. But let’s explore a few facts about your new or planned dentures.

Denture Facts

#1 Your Dentures Are Customized Just for You

Our dentures and partials are never one-size-fits-all. Instead, we take careful models of your oral structure, and a trusted lab relies on these results to craft a custom prosthetic. The final prosthetic also showcases your preferences in tooth and gum color. But it doesn’t stop there! Your dentist makes final adjustments to ensure a snug but comfortable fit.

#2 Modern Dentures in Jensen Beach, FL Restore Function

Today’s dentures are beautiful and natural-looking, but they aren’t merely cosmetic. With a denture that fits properly, you can enjoy a diverse diet, even adding back the foods you thought you’d never enjoy again.

#3 Dentures Require Little Upkeep

Soak your denture overnight in a denture bath and rinse them throughout the day. You should also be sure your gums are clean. You can clean your gums and palate gently with a soft-bristled toothbrush. For your dentures, we recommend a denture cleaning brush and denture toothpaste. Fluoride toothpastes are not suitable for dentures.

#4 Your Jensen Beach Dentist Can Clean Your Dentures

You can clean your dentures at home, but you can also bring them into our dental office yearly for a professional cleaning to help lift away stains and restore luster.

#5 Dentures Can Be Fixed to Your Jaw

Implant-supported dentures rely on four to six dental implants for stabilization. This method gives you an attached prosthetic that never requires a denture adhesive.

For More Denture Facts, Contact Us

Dentures are a tried-and-true tooth replacement option. And today’s materials make them more functional and fabulous than ever before.

If you would like to schedule a consultation or have questions for our team, give us a call today at (772) 334-4004.

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