This article, part 1 of 2, explores the many challenges associated with removable dentures. The second installment then goes on to recommend dental implants as a superior teeth replacement solution.
Once upon a time, your grandfather’s removable dentures in Colorado Springs were an object of fascination and hilarity. You would sneak them out of the cupboard underneath your grand parent’s bathroom sink, hold them in front of your mouth and pretend to speak with them, eliciting squeals of laughter from your siblings. You may have even shoved them in your mouth, much to the desperate disapproval of your mother: “Get those out of your mouth right now!” But, decades later, you now face the need for a tooth replacement technology and in a beautiful demonstration of karma or some epic shifting of the tables; you discover just how much of a laughing matter dentures in Colorado Springs aren’t!
Dentures in Colorado Springs: Challenges and Repeated Expenses
Removable dentures in Colorado Springs have long offered a seemingly economical solution to rampant tooth loss and edentulism (not having a single original adult tooth left). They essentially consist of a rigid structure of plastic that is fabricated to sit snugly against the jaw bone ridge of the upper and lower dental arches in the mouth, say Colorado dentists. Once placed, they resemble a complete set of healthy teeth, and enable patients to eat most foods. However, beneath the facade of a healthy-looking smile lie endless challenges and repeated expenses that ultimately render dentures in Colorado Springs a poor investment in one’s long term oral health and smile aesthetics.
All of these challenges and repeated expenses simply render removable dentures in Colorado Springs an inferior tooth replacement solution. Thankfully, dental implants offer a much more sophisticated and long term solution to multiple missing teeth and edentulism. For more information on these ingenious dental devices and how they compare with dentures, stay tuned for the second installment of this two-part article series, courtesy of qualified and experienced Colorado dentists, Dr. Rogers and Dr. Bull.