The Denture Revolution!
There have been dramatic improvements in the world of dentistry. Yet, there are thousands of people in our area who put up with dentures that simply make their lives miserable. Amazingly, there are an equal number of people with painful dental problems who resist taking that next toothy step.
You need not delay any longer, because…
Dentures Have Evolved!
Do your dentures do ANY of the following?
Require loads of adhesive
Fail to chew certain foods
Make you look old
Embarrass you in public
Make you sore and sometimes painful
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, you are not alone. What if, with one phone call, you can immediately start to improve your life? You can now look better, feel better, and once again eat those long missed, delicious foods – with a natural smile and excellent cosmetics to boot!
New Technology To the Rescue
There are two main categories of options – those that are removable and those that are fixed, or non-removable. Your dentist can remove them if needed, but you can’t.
Dental implants are the biggest advancement that dentistry has ever seen. We can now benefit from the same type of surgical materials used in hip implants and knee replacement surgery to replace missing teeth and totally change the way that we think of replacement teeth. Never use the word “false” again! Nobody else around you will!
A dental implant is basically a man-made root which is placed precisely into the bone. Multiple implants support a row of teeth, or a denture which snaps into place on the implants. The denture is “locked in” and stabilized. With a fixed set of teeth, they do not move. Patients with an implant denture (referred to as an “overdenture”) often say that they chew their food like they remember chewing years ago – when they had their own teeth!
Learn more about the different kinds of implant technology in Implant Wars!
For non-implant patients, refitting your current denture with new acrylic material can restore the fit to match the new shape of your mouth. Jawbones gradually shrink over time due to the pressure of the chewing forces being applied directly to the bone surface. Your dentures don’t shrink. When that denture no longer fits exactly to your jawbone, more bone destruction occurs – and at a faster rate! Some people are proud that they have worn the same set of teeth for 20-30 years, however we often discover much greater bone damage than what should have normally occurred. Dentures need bone to fit well. Even worse, by wearing an ill fitting denture you speed up the process. As the jawbone shrinks, a sunken facial appearance often makes people look older. There is an increase in deep age lines and wrinkles. A new denture may be able to lengthen the face, eliminating some of these unwanted features – and without plastic surgery!
A New Set of Teeth
Best results usually involve making a new set of teeth. There are an incredible number of tooth shapes and colors available, there are even several different gum colors. We will help you pick a shape and shade that best fits your face. No two faces are alike, no two mouths are alike, so no two dentures should be alike.
Discover the options now available to patients without teeth – or those approaching this predicament! If you would like to discuss your options, call (970) 686-7858 now for a free consultation. And we mean absolutely free. If you are thinking, “What’s the catch?”, there is never any catch at Benchmark Dental. Forget lectures, hurried appointments, and sales pressure – ever. It is our mission!
Take the Next Step!
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STOP! Did You Know:
- Most dentists recommend a new set of teeth every 5-7 years – but the average denture is 20 years old?
- The sore spots caused by loose dentures may become infected?
- Dentures can discolor or change shape if they dry out?
- Dentures can warp if they are placed in boiling water?
- Scrubbing your dentures too vigorously can cause damage?
- Certain medications can affect the fit and comfort of your dentures?
- Ill-fitting dentures can cause chronic bad breath?
- Many older denture teeth wear down early. Newer teeth have been invented that better resist. However, the “old-style” teeth are still sometimes used in denture construction.
Ask yourself, “How much better would my life be without constant dental distraction?”
What if with one phone call, you could fix all of this? Would you do it?
If the answer is a resounding YES!, call today. Stop putting off the next step to the rest of (the best of) your life!