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Dentures Can Be Strong, Stable, & Secure

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You used to hate dining out.

That changed after you got implant-supported dentures at Stonecreek Dental Care. With implants, you feel like you have a brand-new set of teeth, not just something to make your smile look normal.

You don’t worry when your friends invite you and your spouse to try the newest restaurant that opened near their neighborhood. You don’t feel bothered about finding one few things that won’t pull out his dentures. You can order anything you want!

Thanks to dental implants , you trust that your “teeth” will stay in your mouth no matter what is on your plate or which stories you choose to tell. Implants have done so much more than give you a reason to smile again.

In a way, they’ve restored your confidence as well.

You don’t have to keep fussing and fighting with frustrating dentures. Instead, find our nearest office in Ohio and schedule a consultation with one of our doctors. Discover what a difference dental implants could make in your daily life. You can call 877-959-5405 or contact us online .

What’s Wrong with Dentures?

For a long time, people didn’t think twice about getting dentures for missing teeth. If you lost your teeth, you got dentures. That’s just the way it was.

Was this the same as having your teeth back? No, not really, but it was better than no teeth at all.

The main problem is that traditional dentures aren’t connected to your jawbone. They rest outside your gums, which can be a real problem if you are trying to say certain words or eat certain foods.

The movements of your tongue or the toughness of food can cause those kinds of dentures to get pushed or pulled out of position. As a result, some people become hesitant to say what they are thinking out of fear that their dentures might fall out while they are making a point. Other people will avoid their favorite foods because they now find them too difficult to enjoy.

Dentures adhesives can help a little, but they don’t solve the basic problem. Dentures don’t replace the roots of your missing teeth. Without something to anchor your dentures in place, they will continue to slip and slide around unpredictably, which only gets worse the longer you have your dentures.

Implants Solve the Problems

Dental implants were developed specifically to replace the roots of missing teeth.

Implants are placed in your jaw. When your dentures are attached, this creates a direct connection between your dentures and your jawbone. This is similar to the connection that existed between your jaw and your teeth.

As a result, your dentures are much more stable, and you can put more power behind each bite that you take. From a practical standpoint, implant-supported dentures allow you to eat the same foods that you could eat when you had all your teeth.

And when you can eat whatever you want, you don’t worry that your dentures will come out while you are talking to your family, friends, coworkers, clients, or customers.

Support You Can Trust

Quit wondering when your dentures will come loose again. Start enjoying the benefits that come with the security of dental implants.

Call 877-959-5405 or fill out this online form to request an appointment at the near Stonecreek Dental Care in Ohio. Find out for yourself what kind of difference implants could make in your life.

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