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Oral hygiene is essential in maintaining good overall health. Aside from keeping your mouth away from bacteria, you can maintain that perfect smile if you take excellent care of your teeth daily. However, if you haven’t kept your teeth in excellent condition, dentures are an excellent option to fill your missing teeth.

Here are five ways you can assess whether or not you should go for dentures.

1. Loose teeth

Your teeth are in perfect condition if they always remain still. However, destroyed teeth and gums can alter the teeth’s positioning. Periodontal disease can be the reason your teeth are moving, and you will be in danger of losing some of your teeth when it starts to happen. In such cases, it won’t be long until you need to get dentures once the disease develops and spreads into other areas in your mouth. Even younger individuals can get dentures as long as the periodontal damage is evident.

2. Common toothaches

Constant aching teeth are indications of decay that affects the nerves in that area. A dentist can still address the concern if detected early. If not, tooth extraction will be necessary, and getting partial dentures will help you deal with the pain. Brushing your teeth after every meal and rinsing with mouthwash can help maintain their excellent condition.

3. Difficulty in eating

If you are having trouble eating some food types, dentures will help you enjoy hard or crunchy foods again. Lost teeth can make it tougher to swallow appropriately. That’s where dentures can help in allowing people to eat certain food varieties without thinking of the damage it can deliver to their teeth.

4. Indigestion

Chewing food in the wrong manner forces you to take bigger food bits. People who can’t break down what’s left of their food regularly suffer from indigestion. Dentures can provide relief by ensuring that all food parts are absorbed properly to encourage proper digestion.

5. Severe gum problems

Redness, tenderness, and bleeding in your gums signify the immediate need for dentures. If you have problems with your gums, it is best that you look for resilient dentures. Schedule an appointment with your dentist now to figure out the best type for your needs.

How dentures are made

A prosthetist will take measurements of your mouth before the natural teeth are pulled out. That’s what they will use to construct the denture that mimics your teeth and adjust if necessary. The dentist will then install the dentures to fill the gap. You can choose to have immediate dentures that are available one week after the extraction or conventional dentures that need six months to complete. However, the long wait allows your gums to subside to allow the dentures to fill the gaps accurately.

Get the best dentures here

Dental House provides all-around services through its team of dentists. Aside from measuring and producing dentures, they can also perform oral surgery, cosmetic services, and dental sedation. 

If you’re looking for a local dentist in Ypsilanti Mi to help you get dentures, get in touch with us today! We’re happy to help.

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