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Digital Dentures

Dentures,a reality for some. But now, new technology for digital dentures.

 



With the birth of a new grandchild, Charlie thrush has a lot to be happy about. And that's a good thing because he also has a brand new smile. At age 18 Charlie had a serious gum disease, called a pyria, that caused him to lose his teeth.for over 50 years he has worn dentures, which have had their drawbacks. "I was having problems with 'em, staying in my mouth number one." Then Charlie heard about a digital imaging procedure that makes precise dentures through measurements programmed into a computer. The computer makes a 3-d image model that is used to make the dentures. The fit is more exact, which mean less slipping. The dentures are more natural and provide other health benefits. "You have less sore spots, and with the better fit dentures you have less bone loss, you have less adherence of bacteria to the dentures, and less denture smell."  And because fitting only requires two visits, it also means less time at the doctor's office and that's just fine with Charlie who would rather be with his granddaughter than in a dentist chair.




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