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Reasons to Consider Upgrading Your Dentures This Year
Posted on 7/7/2020 by Front Desk
Reasons to Consider Upgrading Your Dentures This YearThe first dentures were built somewhere around the 16th century and since then there have been rather significant upgrades. Denture plates are now being constructed from better materials and can perfectly match the color of your natural teeth and withstand the test of any food, no matter how tough to chew or bite or swallow.

A Few Reasons to Upgrade


Old, ill-fitting dentures are going to cause pain at some point in time. They are going to slip around when you eat and when you speak. If this happens, you may even have a slip happen where they completely come out of your mouth. By upgrading to a new set of dentures, it could be a simple way to ensure they stay snug.

Dentures are always getting upgrades in terms of how they look. If your dentures are old, it may be easy for people to tell if you are wearing them. Today's dentures are nearly as seamless as your original teeth. If you want to have a smile that looks great and boosts your confidence, upgrading may be the perfect way to get there.

Some dentures are also going to lead to problems down the line, especially if they have chips, cracks, or buildup on them. This could lead to an infection in your mouth, bad breath, or a myriad of other issues. By upgrading to a new set of dentures, you can essentially start over and care for them properly from the start. That way, your dentures stay looking and smelling great, and you get the perks of having dentures you like to wear.

To learn more about what dentures could do to help you be more comfortable, contact our office. We can share with you the current upgrade options you have available and help you determine if they would be a good option for you.
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