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Even a Single Tooth Can Increase Denture Stability

Posted on 8/20/2018 by Dr. Michael Drone
Even a Single Tooth Can Increase Denture StabilityTooth loss is a major dental problem affecting many people, which is caused by a number of reasons – from tooth decay, oral injuries, periodontal disease, and others.

The loss can be quite challenging, but luckily, there are a number of solutions that are available. One of the most popular ones is the use of dentures, which is both effective and affordable.

However, dentures come with a number of challenges, top among them being stabilization. More often than not, the dentures will come loose in the mouth, causing a number of challenges. In these instances, they become quite uncomfortable, not to mention challenging to use.

The Problems Created by Loose Dentures

There are many challenges of loose dentures. Top among them include the dentures moving around in the mouth, thus making them uncomfortable. The loose movement can also lead to problems when speaking or chewing food. If the dentures are too loose, they can even slip from your mouth, which is particularly embarrassing when in a social situation.

Dentures Stabilization Solutions

Fortunately, there are a number of solutions that can help to stabilize dentures. These include using stronger adhesives or suction cups, but there is always a chance that the dentures will come loose in the mouth and lead to the above challenges. However, there is a more effective stabilization technique, which includes the use of dental implants.

When using dental implants, the stability of the dentures increases significantly, even when using just a single implanted tooth. This allows you to enjoy several benefits that you cannot get with regular denture – proper chewing, increased comfort (and without the irritation of your gums), and improved speech. You also do not have to worry about the dentures slipping off as you are laughing.

Are Your Dentures Loose? Call Us Today!

Do you have loose dentures? Do not continue suffering alone. Get in touch with us today for effective solutions that will help stabilize your dentures.
Michael Drone Dentistry & Prosthodontics
809 Wall Street
Valparaiso, IN 46383
PH: (219) 250-1163
Northwest Indiana
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