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13238 W. Persimmon Ln. Suite 100
Boise, Idaho 83713
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Considering Dentures? 3 Benefits You Can Count On

July 21, 2017
Posted By: David Cantwell, DDS
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Dentures have a long history of restoring function and appearance when teeth are lost. In fact, as early as the 7th century BC, partial dentures were created in ancient Italy using human or other animal teeth that were fastened together with gold bands.

Thank goodness dentures have gone through numerous transformations since then! Today we can offer dentures at our Meridian, ID office that look, fit, and feel more like natural teeth than you ever thought possible.

However, getting dentures is a big decision, so we would like to share three benefits you should consider.

Three Benefits of Dentures

  1. Improved Appearance: Advances in materials and techniques allow us to create dentures that actually improve your appearance. You are part of the process every step of the way, and we will work with you to select the color, shape, and size of the artificial teeth that suits your skin, eye, and even your hair color! Your dentures will look natural in your mouth, and they also support your facial structure to eliminate a sunken appearance.
  2. Improved Function: It can be difficult to eat when you don’t have all your teeth. Your remaining teeth have to take up the role of the missing teeth, leading to pain and discomfort. Also, you may not get sufficient nutrients because the pain causes you to avoid certain foods. With our state-of-the-art dentures, you will be able to go back to eating all comfortably again.
  3. Increased Confidence: You just can’t feel your best if you are embarrassed about your smile. Your new dentures will restore your confidence in your appearance so you can interact comfortably in business and social settings.

Dentures in Boise, ID

If you live in Meridian, ID and are considering dentures, we would like to help. We will arrange a consultation to discuss dentures as well as other tooth replacement options like dental implants and bridges. Call our office today! 

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