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Implants Can Improve Your Denture-Wearing Experience!

December 31, 2015

Filed under: Dentures — Tags: , , — pontevedra @ 7:25 pm

We are here today to talk about the ways that dental implant technology can be used to vastly improve the denture-wearing experience. As adults age and lose their teeth, it becomes more difficult for them to speak, chew, and eat like they were able to when they had natural teeth. Many adults choose to have dentures made to replace the missing teeth and increase quality of life. Complete dentures, however, are not as functional as natural teeth are and many adults experience frustration as they try to adapt to living with dentures. The American Academy of Prosthodontists has seen vast improvements in dental implant technology in recent years, particularly when it comes to replacing the entire dentition. Implants can now be used effectively to improve the fit and comfort of complete dentures. Today, we would like to explain the ways that this technology may be beneficial for you or for some of your older family members. Many people are unaware that there is a better solution than dentures when it comes to replacing missing teeth.


New to Dentures? Denture Instruction and Education Guide

November 29, 2014

Filed under: Dentures,Restorative Dentistry — Tags: , — pontevedra @ 12:02 am

Denture Delivery Instruction and Education

Congratulations on your new set of dentures. This new prosthesis can create significant impacts in your life. You should be aware that there will be a period of adjustment to the dentures. Below is a guide to help you navigate through this period and attain the best possible results.  Ponte Vedra Complete Dentistry is committed to providing the residents of Ponte Vedra and surrounding communities with oral health education.  We welcome questions and new patients so do not hesitate to contact us any time.


Benefits of Dentures

January 16, 2014

Filed under: Dentures — Tags: , — pontevedra @ 1:38 am

When teeth are missing there is a number of reasons to replace them.  First aesthetically, this can be a difficult social problem.  People with missing teeth have reported to think about the “tooth gap” with every smile and every conversation.  In addition, eating can be problematic.  Food can become lodged in an area with missing teeth and be annoying as well as damaging to the gingival tissue where the tooth or teeth previously resided.  Functional problems also arise from missing teeth.  Speech patterns can be affected if teeth in the front are missing.  Missing teeth also make the face sag and indent and give the “old maid” look where the chin appears protruded. (more…)