Tooth loss can be a result of several factors, such as advancement in age, pre-existing medical conditions and tooth extraction due to decay, among other reasons. When you lose teeth, it becomes difficult for you to chew food properly and it may even affect your speech pattern.
Dentures look exactly like your original teeth and are used for replacement when you lose your teeth. There are two types of dentures: fixed and removable dentures. This article discusses some of the advantages as well as disadvantages of having fixed dentures.
Advantages of Fixed Dentures
Advantages of having fixed dentures include the following:
Disadvantages of Fixed Dentures
These include the following:
For more information, contact a company such as Emergency Denture Repairs.Share
19 January 2015
Hi! My name is Sarah, and as a busy professional, I understand the importance of making the most of my time. That includes everything from having productive working lunches to making the most of my dental checkups. I have created this blog to help you maximise your dental checkups. In these posts, you can learn how to prepare for your checkup, which questions to ask during your checkup and more. I am also going to have posts explaining why checkups are critical to your dental health as well as the health of your entire body. Happy reading, and thanks for visiting my blog!