Causes of Complete Dentures Renewal
Replacing lost or missing teeth is very good for your health and appearance. A complete or full denture replaces your natural teeth and gives support to your cheeks and lips. Without this support, sagging facial muscles can make a person look older and they will find it harder to eat and speak properly.
If you treat your dentures well, they should last several years. However, your dentures will need to be relined or re-made because of normal wear, or a change in the shape of your mouth. Bone and gum ridges can shrink, causing your jaws to meet differently. Loose dentures can cause discomfort, and health problems including sores and infections. A loose or badly fitting dentures can also make eating and talking more difficult. It is important to replace worn or badly fitting dentures before they cause problems.
According to the American Dental Association, there is, inevitably, the potential for problems to arise subsequent to the insertion of complete dentures. These problems may be transient and may be essentially disregarded by the patient or they may be serious enough to result in the patient being unable to tolerate the dentures.
Factors causing problems may be grouped, essentially into four causes:
• Adverse intra-oral anatomical factors egatrophic mucosa.
• Clinical factors eg poor denture stability.
• Technical factors eg failure to preserve the peripheral roll on a master cast.
• Patient adaptional factors.
Our professional dentist will be planning to complete dentures after diagnosing potential problems; be they anatomical, physiological or pathological. Once a denture-wearing problem becomes apparent, it is important that it is addressed in a logical and systematic way. That is to say, an adequate history of the problem must be obtained and a careful examination of the mouth carried out so that an accurate diagnosis can be made, and an appropriate treatment plan devised.
The professional dental team at Avalon Dental Center, MA provides high-quality dental care at affordable prices. Moreover, some problems require prompt attention and that's why our dental office has its CareCredit - a health and wellness credit card that allows you to make convenient monthly payments on healthcare or dental treatments and procedures.
Avalon Dental Center also accept most forms of dental insurance, including Aetna, Cigna, Delta Dental, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Masshealth and more, so your treatment will only give you satisfaction.
Regular dental check-ups and having your teeth professionally cleaned are very important for keeping your teeth and gums healthy. Regular visits allow professional dental team to check the soft parts of your mouth, including your tongue and cheeks. These examinations are important so that the dental team can spot any infections, mouth conditions or even mouth cancer at the earliest stages.
If you need free and impartial advice about your oral health, you can get it at Avalon Dental Center just contact one of our dental offices in Boston Area. With regular professional care, a positive attitude and persistence, you can become one of the millions of people who wear their dentures with a smile.