To enhance your smile, it is important to make sure all teeth are accounted for. A complete smile is always healthier because it can ensure all teeth are functioning as they need to, and it functions as you need it to. A single lost tooth can disrupt the positioning for the rest of your teeth as well. Thus, you should always seek out effective tooth prosthetics that will keep all of your teeth in place, such as dentures.
In situations where dental damage has occurred, oral accidents and injuries may have arisen that cause severe dental trauma. In some cases, teeth may be knocked completely out, and extractions may be needed. If for any reason you do have any missing teeth, they will need to be replaced as soon as possible. If left untreated, the voids left behind can become havens for plaque buildup. In addition, missing teeth can weaken your jawline, cause tooth slippage, and sink in your dental profile.
To help restore your smile, one highly effective dental prosthetic treatment in the form of dentures can be applied. Dentures are removable tooth prosthetics that can function to replace lost or missing teeth. They can even be crafted for as little as one tooth or for entire rows of teeth. However, they are extremely fragile and must be handled with care. In addition, they should be soaked every night in a cleaning solution to ensure they can continue to function effectively. Never use teeth whiteners, bleach, hot water or any of abrasive cleaning products on them. Furthermore, do not allow them to sit out or they will dry out and crack. If they should ever become damaged, bring them to your dentist so repairs can be applied. With the proper care, dentures can provide you with a lifetime of support.
Are you interested in dentures in Oak Lawn, Illinois? If so, remember, it’s a great day to chase oral health glory thanks to dentures. If so, you are welcome to schedule an appointment with Drs. Chris Pallotto at our dentist office by calling us at 708-422-1900. Oak Dental Associates looks forward to enhancing your smile with dentures.