Poor dental health. The best prevention is being proactive with your oral health. Daily brushing and flossing are necessary, but also getting a checkup every six months will help stop any diseases or issues that may arise before they lead to dentures. If your gums are red, swollen, or bleeding, it’s a sign that something is wrong and should be addressed as soon as possible. Gum disease are the beginnings to having tooth loss and dentures will be in your future if ignored.
Severe tooth decay. If teeth are decayed beyond repair, they will need to be pulled. If it’s only a few teeth, a bridge can be used. If a majority of the teeth are decayed or missing, a full denture would be needed. If you are beginning to lose teeth and gaps are beginning to widen, it is possible you are in advanced stages of periodontal or gum disease.
Thanks to the modern advancements in technology, dentures are not what they used to be. There are several options available from different shapes, sizes, colors and the new dental implant-supported dentures.
If you have questions or concerns regarding dentures, contact Dr. Elham Tayefi, DDS at (905) 237-7842 to schedule a consultation today, or visit www.artdentfamilydentistry.com for additional information.
Dr. Elham Tayefi proudly serves Richmond Hill and all surrounding areas.