Are you suffering from an incomplete smile ever since you lost a tooth unexpectedly? Whether it was caused by trauma, decay, gum disease or something else, the good news it that prosthetic dentistry can help you complete your smile both functionally and cosmetically.
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Has it been years since you really enjoyed your mealtimes, thanks to adult tooth loss, or even an ill-fitting dental prosthetic? Over time, once great-fitting dentures can begin to feel uncomfortable as changes to the jaw occur with aging.
Are you tired of trying, in vain, to hide your smile because of the insecurity adult tooth loss has caused? Tired of avoiding some of your favorite foods, because you know they will be difficult to chew while missing teeth, or even with an ill-fitting denture?
Recent tooth loss or extraction isn’t the only reason you might need to schedule an appointment with a prosthetic dentist. Even if you already have a prostheses, if you are unhappy with how it feels or works, it’s important to see your dentist.
When was the last time you actually sat down to eat without dreading the discomfort or embarrassment you were likely to experience? After losing a tooth many things can become difficult, including chewing and even smiling with confidence.
If you have suffered from adult tooth loss, then you know all too well how that can alter far more than just a person’s smile. It can negatively impact one’s self-confidence and sense of self-esteem, as well. It can also pose problems when trying to chew, since incomplete smiles rarely function as well as complete smiles.
After months of being bothered by heightened sensitivity when drinking a hot cup of coffee or a glass of iced tea, or even downright pain when trying to eat, are you ready to get to the bottom of what is obviously a dental problem?
If you have suffered from adult tooth loss, in the past, you know how frustrating it can be to have an incomplete smile. Smiles missing teeth do not function as effectively as complete smiles. Missing teeth can also lead to embarrassment, frustration, and anxiety, as well.