Why Do You Need Dentures?
There are a variety of reasons that you may need to dentures, but the goal is to have teeth that allow you to chew, bite, and speak successfully. Dentures can provide a lifetime solution for your missing or decaying teeth and ensure you remain confident in your smile.
Dentures can be extremely helpful for patients in a variety of ways. The most immediate is an increased confidence when they smile and better speech when they talk. Aside from increased confidence, dentures provide a healthier shape for your face. When patients lose their teeth, their face can become saggy and look older. However dentures can retain the healthy shape of the face, ensuring that the patient looks normal and even younger than they looked before dentures.
There are some warning signs that you may need dentures including severe and chronic toothaches, red gums that signal periodontal disease, and moving teeth or missing teeth. If you leave these conditions unattended, they will only worsen and cause you more pain.
Smilovits DDS offers free consultations so you can decide the best course of treatment and what denture options are available to you. Dentures can help a patient’s appearance by providing a healthier and younger look throughout the face.
With proper care, a pair of dentures will last for a long time and with today’s advances in oral medicine, they can be comfortable while performing any act natural teeth would usually do. The right dentures will improve your confidence and provide you with proper mouth functionality for years to come.
How to find the Best Dentist for Dentures
Receiving dentures is a complex procedure that requires experience and the proper equipment. Choose a dentist who has performed many successful dental procedures.
Removing existing teeth and replacing them with a removable replacement is a complex procedure and you need a dentist who has experience with this type of medical act. Smilovits DDS has been serving dental patients in the Cleveland area since 1984 and works to improve the condition of your teeth, gums, and mouth.
There are two types of dentures: complete and partial. You need a dentist who is familiar with both. Complete dentures are for patients whose teeth are missing while partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain and are still viable. Conventional dentures must be made to fit the smile of each individual and partial dentures include crowns to prevent other teeth from changing position.
Our team of dentists are trained in a variety of dental procedures including crowns and bridges, dentures, and dental cleanings. Any medical procedure requires advanced tools to give the best results for the patients. Your dentist should have state-of the-art equipment when performing a dental procedure.
The final point to consider when choosing to get dentures is the cost. Many dental insurance providers may cover the cost of dentures. By calling our office, we will discuss cost with you and what insurance providers we are able to work with.
Why Choose Smilovits DDS for Dentures?
Deciding to get dentures is an important step towards positive oral health. Smilovits DDS prides itself on a one-patient-at-a-time strategy to ensure all your questions are answered. You will receive the highest quality treatment and only after you have seen a written mutually agreed-upon treatment plan.
We have a team of trained and certified dentists who are dedicated to our patient’s well-being and improving their overall oral health.
Same-day appointments are always available, and we even offer 24/7 emergency care to fit your oral health needs. Our team of doctors are members of the International Congress of Oral Implantology and have the knowledge and experience to provide you with the best dentures to restore your smile and bring back chewing and speech functionality to your mouth.
We have proof of our quality service as seen through our many testimonials from satisfied patients. We take dentures seriously and promise to make your dentures functional while appearing as if they are your real teeth. Call us today for an appointment at 216-464-9696.