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nobelsmile-reasonsMost or all teeth affected – You need Implant Dentistry Fort Worth

When was the last time you bit into a crunchy apple? Do you dread public speaking because of ill-fitting dentures? Do your dentures cause you trouble and discomfort, instead of much-needed support?

More than a smile

Our teeth play an important role in our daily life. An attractive, natural-looking smile is seen as a symbol of beauty and health, and a set of functioning teeth lets us enjoy the foods we love. Our teeth help us feel confident at work, and they allow us to stay healthy and active as we age.

Dentures often aren’t the answer

Dentures are often the first solution that comes to mind for replacing multiple damaged or missing teeth in our mouths. The problem is dentures sometimes cause more problems than the missing teeth. Even after numerous dental visits to get their dentures fixed, many denture wearers still remain frustrated and in pain. Thankfully we have other solutions for replacing ill-fitting dentures with a set of natural-looking, fully functioning set of teeth.

You are not alone
More than half of the world’s population is missing one or more teeth. Thankfully, there are modern dental solutions that help you win back both your smile and quality of life, and finally help you feel whole again.

Five more reasons to talk to Dr. Phillips

1. You are avoiding certain foods, because they are too difficult to eat.
Getting your tooth replaced brings back your full chewing function, so you can go back to enjoying the foods you love.

2. One or several teeth in your mouth are missing or going to be removed.
A dental restoration at the right time can prevent further oral health complications that could affect remaining healthy teeth.

3. You are suffering from headaches or migraines since you’ve lost one or several teeth.
Missing teeth can often affect the positioning of your other healthy teeth, causing a misalignment of your teeth and of the upper and lower jaws, and stiffness in the muscle and joints.

4. Your facial silhouette has changed since losing one or more teeth.
A lack of teeth can severely reduce density of jawbone, because it is no longer stimulated when chewing. This leads to a shrinking jawline, which makes you look older than you really are.

5. You are unhappy with appearance of your teeth.
Discolored, uneven, and damaged teeth can affect your smile and facial profile. Ask Brit Phillips DDS Fort Worth for options to restore your smile. Contact us today!