Broken dentures aren’t all bad. Sure, you have to take the time to get them replaced, and in the meantime, you have to use temporary dentures or just do without. But it’s also an opportunity for you to upgrade them to Fountain of Youth Dentures™ that will make you happier. Here are five reasons why not to go back to the same old dentures when they break.
They Were Uncomfortable
Many dentures get broken because people keep taking them out and putting them down. If your dentures are uncomfortable and you don’t want to wear them all the time, you’re more likely to put your dentures down in a place where they’re going to get knocked down or dropped onto the floor, getting broken.
Dentures don’t have to be uncomfortable. They can be the kind of dentures that you are happy to wear all the time, so you’ll be less likely to break your new set.
They Weren’t Good for Eating
Another time people often take their dentures out is when they eat. That’s because many traditional dentures just aren’t good for eating with. This is absurd. If your dentures aren’t good for eating, what are they good for, really?
We can get you better dentures that will fit right and will actually be useful for eating.
They Didn’t Stay in
What’ worse than having your dentures slip out when you’re out with friends, talking, laughing, and having a good time? Having your dentures slip out, fall on the ground, and shatter into pieces.
But it happens, often because traditional dentures just aren’t designed properly to use all possible resources to hold them in. Our dentures leverage your muscles to improve fit and ensure that your dentures stay in.
They Were Made of Cheap Material
Although all dentures are vulnerable to being broken under the right circumstances, some dentures are poorly made, which can make them more likely to break.
Our dentures use the highest quality material for the base and the teeth, making them sturdy and resistant to breakage.
Poor Fit Might Have Broken Them
It’s not just having your dentures fall out that can cause them to break. Often, dentures can break in your mouth if they don’t fit properly. Improper fit leads to imbalanced forces that can put strain on dentures and cause them to break in half.
Even if your dentures broke when dropped, it might be because imbalanced forces weakened or strained them. The characteristic break to look for is one where the dentures snapped right in the middle.
Our dentures are designed to balance bite forces in your mouth so they won’t be overly strained and weakened.
You Never Liked Them Anyway
Maybe the dentures didn’t break for any reason related to their poor fit or materials. But if you’re just not happy with your dentures, why get another pair just like them? Dentures can be better, and you deserve better dentures.