Monday, September 1, 2014
"While these prosthetics definitely create a new you, especially if you suffered from extensive tooth damage or poor oral hygiene, denture implants aren’t always the best choice. Before you get your set of high-quality extreme makeover dentures, the dentist will need to examine your teeth, gums, and jaw. Your jaw, in particular, must have sufficient bone mass to accommodate the implants. Otherwise, you may have to wear traditional dentures instead. Even if you did manage to obtain the implants, you’ll have a lot of work ahead to keep them in top shape. Much like your real teeth, dentures need to be brushed and flossed regularly to get rid of any food bits stuck between them. You must also restrict yourself to soft foods, like soups and pastries, for a week after you get your implants to give time for your gums to heal. Such things wouldn’t be a problem if you’re very conscious of giving yourself a new look, though, like Munoz.