Chantilly's Finest Dentists
For anyone that does not know what dentures are, just imagine George Washington and his famous wooden teeth, or was that Abe Lincoln? Regardless, you get the idea. Dentures are basically replacement teeth that, for the most part, come when an individual has lost most or all of their teeth. Dentures sometimes involve removing the remaining few teeth that an individual because most people do not like having a smile that has only ten teeth dispersed around their mouth. They would most likely prefer to remove their current teeth and "start fresh". However, there are those who do not mind to just have individual teeth replacements in order to fill the gaps in their mouth. We are perfectly content with that approach as well. Regardless to say, we can provide any type of service that you wish for us to accomplish, whether it be partial dentures (filling in the missing gaps in your teeth) or a complete denture (think the famous wooden teeth of the past president). Although, we do not give out wooden teeth (we are in 2015 now), we definitely do give quality dentures that will look as good as the original.
When you lose your teeth, your facial muscles can "change" in a not-so-pleasant way. Without your teeth to give that nice jawline or that structured facial appearance of your mouth, it causes you to look older. Just imagine of elderly individuals who have had their teeth eradicated over time, whether due to old age or to too much candy. You do not want your mouth to look like that when you are only 25 years old, so it would be in your best benefit to get that taken care of as soon as possible so that you do not like an 85 year old grandma when you just graduated from college.
There are three different types of dentures offered here at Chantilly's Finest Dentists:
Even if you do receive dentures, that does not mean they are immune to infections or cavities or spoilage (not as in groceries). If you take care of your dentures, they will last a lifetime and you will not need to come back to us! Do not forget that your teeth has dentures, not your gums, so your gums can still get infections and bacterial conditions if you neglect your health. When you have your newly implanted dentures, brush your teeth, and your gums especially, floss, and do all the normal hygienic things that you have seen on dental shows and offices that they advise you to do. You know the common phrases. Brush your teeth twice a day. Floss your teeth before you go to bed. Do not eat too many sweets, etc., etc. When you, if you, have any damage to your dentures be sure to come to Chanitlly's Finest Dentists in order to have the situation resolved as quickly as possible. If the damage was due to us, we will quickly address the problem at no cost to you at all. When you have any questions or concerns regarding the quality or implants of dentures, be sure to call Chantilly's Finest Dentists!