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5 Benefits of Wearing Dentures

18 January,2021

5 Benefits of Wearing Dentures

Have you lost one or more of your natural teeth as a result of trauma, poor dental hygiene or dental diseases? Are you finding it difficult to speak, chew food and feel confident in social situations? You may want to consider getting partial or full removable dentures to replace missing teeth. This blog post details some of the benefits that dentures can provide, including but not limited to improving your ability to chew food and articulate words.

A Happy and Healthy Smile

Dentures fill in gaps caused by missing teeth, ensuring you retain a happy and healthy smile. This can reduce social anxiety and awkward situations with others, helping you to feel less self-conscious and more self-confident. Dentures also prevent facial muscles from sagging by decreasing the rate at which oral bone structures deteriorate for a firmer and more youthful appearance.

Easier Talking and Chewing

Missing teeth can make it difficult to bite and chew on certain foods. Dentures are designed to mimic the function of natural teeth so that you don’t have to deal with restrictions on what you can eat. In addition, dentures provide renewed confidence in talking by making it easier to speak and pronounce words. When wearing dentures, you won’t have to worry as much about slurring or lisping your words.

A Cost-Effective Option

Dentures are an affordable option and relatively inexpensive compared to other restorative dental treatments. This is especially true if some of your natural teeth are still remaining. Dental implants or bridges can be costly when in many cases dentures are a perfectly suitable solution.

Easy to Clean and Maintain

One of the best things about dentures is that they’re easily removable. This makes it easier to clean and maintain them when required. It’s recommended that you take them out and rinse them after eating. In addition, you can use a soft-bristled toothbrush at least once a day to remove food and plaque. You should also soak them overnight in water or a mild solution so they retain their shape.

Preserve Remaining Natural Teeth

Having missing teeth places more strain on remaining natural teeth, as chewing forces aren’t as evenly distributed. Dentures can protect these teeth from extensive wear and tear.

Learn More Today

If you want to learn more about the benefits of wearing dentures, the team at Dental on Clarendon can help. Get in touch with us today to make an appointment by calling (03) 9690 3285 or submitting an enquiry online.

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