Dentures Causing Problems?

Why Dentures Become Loose and Painful

If you’ve been wearing dentures for some time, you’re probably aware that while they do an adequate job of replacing the appearance of a complete smile, they often have many functional limitations. Dentures also may seem to initially restore your teeth, but underneath the surface, your natural jawbone is resorbing, or shrinking away. This bone resorption will continue (dentures accelerate this process), and your bone will become thin and flat, while the shape and size of your denture remain the same. This is why your dentures feel loose whenever you eat or talk, even if you use pastes or adhesives, and why you may often experience painful sores along your gums. Unfortunately, without relining or replacing, your dentures will never fit comfortably again.

Many patients with dentures in Maineville, OH who visit our office are often suffering from these problems and haven’t felt social, confident, healthy, or attractive in years. If you’re in this situation, we encourage you to make an appointment with us! We can transform your smile—and your life—with our dental implant solutions.

Dental Implants Fix…

  • Bone loss and change in facial shape
  • Painful sores on the gumline
  • Poor oral and physical health
  • Lack of confidence and self-esteem
  • Fear of dentures loosening or falling out
  • Need for pastes or adhesives
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Dr. Mahon discusses Removable Dentures vs Implant Supported Dentures

Dental Implants: The Permanent Solution

Dental implants are small titanium screws we surgically place into your jawbone. These screws will act like natural tooth roots, providing your jaw with enough stimulation to halt the resorption process. The good news is that, due to advancements in dental implant protocols, we’re able to replace an entire set of teeth without the need for bone grafting, even if you have a severely atrophied jaw! Using four or more dental implants placed at strategic angles and locations in your natural bone, we can secure a complete set of “fixed” teeth that cannot be removed except by our dentists. As you can imagine, these teeth will be immovable and strong. Along with looking beautiful and natural, full mouth dental implants let you eat all types of food, talk and laugh confidently, and live an overall healthier and more social life!

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