May Dentures be Right for You?

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If you have missing teeth and are wondering if dentures are right for you, it's always important to consult with your dentist to determine this first. Dentures are a common and effective method for protecting the health of your mouth while invigorating your smile. Here's more about dentures and if they're right for you.

You have Tooth Loss From Gum Disease

Gum disease is quite common and can be successfully treated if it's caught early enough. But if the signs of gum disease go undetected and it progresses, it can produce many adverse effects, such as tooth loss and infection. Suffering from gum disease can make it difficult for other treatments, like implants, to be effective. Thankfully, that's where dentures can help. They can help restore your smile to look natural and healthy again.

You have Severely Decayed Teeth

If one or multiple teeth have sustained severe tooth decay, saving those teeth might not be possible. At this point, your dentist will recommend extracting the decayed teeth and replacing them either with partial or full dentures, depending on the extent of the decay and tooth loss.

How Can Dentures Benefit Me

When you have missing teeth and severe cases of decay or disease, dentures provide a solution that will help restore both your smile and confidence. Dentures are removable oral devices that are custom-made to replace missing gaps in your smile. And with the advancements of today, they're more natural and durable than ever to really give patients the confidence to feel comfortable and proud to show off their smile.

How To Get Started

It's always important to talk to your dentist and schedule a consultation in order to make sure that dentures are right for you. They will assess the condition of your mouth before determining what the best course of action is.

Reach out and schedule an appointment here at Kemptville Smiles Dentistry. Our team is always glad to answer any questions you have. We will address any concerns and explain how the entire process works. And if you're wondering about bridges, implants or other procedures that might be alternative options, we will go over every available treatment thoroughly to explain why they may or may not be right for you.

So contact us today at (613) 258-7373! Our dedicated team will guide you through our restoration methods and tell you all about how dentures can benefit your oral health and smile.