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What You Don't Expect about Dentures

May 16, 2018
Posted By: Dr. Gary Michaelson
Older Woman Smiling | Dentures in Alafaya FL

Are you concerned that it might be time to get dentures? As you age, your teeth start to break down, and sometimes the process is helped along by inadequate oral hygiene or habits like teeth grinding. 

The reason you require dentures doesn't make much difference once you reach that point. The goal is to get you comfortable with the idea by helping you understand that the only resemblance between dentures today and those in the past is their function.

How Modern Dentures Have Changed

If you remember your parents or grandparents dealing with uncomfortable dentures that looked like they were meant for someone else's mouth, you're in for a pleasant surprise!

You Have Options!

Modern materials and technology make it possible for your dentist to offer you a customized solution. There are different materials and types of dentures that we can choose from to fit your needs and lifestyle. We can even design dentures that are permanently fixed in your mouth!

Lighter and More Comfortable

Dentures today are made using cutting-edge materials that are lighter, stronger, more comfortable, and more resilient, resulting in a more natural, reliable fit. You no longer have to worry about bulky dentures that feel unnatural and cause irritation.

Your Secret is Safe!

We have far more control over the design of dentures than we did years ago. Today we can personalize your dentures down to the color, shape, and positioning of individual teeth. No one will be able to tell that you weren't born with those beautiful teeth.

Dentures in Alafaya, FL

If you've reached the point where you're ready to trade ongoing dental problems for a comfortable, functional, and natural-looking smile, please call Alafaya Family Dentistry. Dr. Gary Michaelson and our team will be happy to work with you to restore your youthful appearance with dentures customized to address your unique needs.

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