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Why You Need to Upgrade Dentures Every Couple Years
Posted on 6/15/2019 by Dr. Castellon
When you first got your dentures, you may not have liked wearing them. They likely felt foreign to you, and you probably had to deal with sore gum tissue for at least the first several weeks. However, as time passed, you probably became quite accustomed to them. Now they may even feel like a natural extension of your body. Having said this, you may not want to upgrade your dentures. You may be comfortable and happy with the ones you have. However, you do need to upgrade your dentures at least every few years. Here are a few reasons to do so. Wear and Tear Happens Over Time As with anything used to grind and mash, dentures will begin to show wear over time. Every day, you use them to bite, tear, crush, and grind your food. It is only natural to expect that all this activity will eventually start to take a toll on your dentures. As they start to wear down, they will lose their effectiveness. What's more, you may find that you are having to position your mouth slightly differently to keep chewing. Because of the natural wear and tear, you need to replace your dentures at least every few years. Your Mouth Changes ShapeYour dentures are not the only things that change over time. The shape of your mouth—specifically, the shape of your gums and the underlying jawbone. Currently, your dentures probably fit your mouth like a glove. This is because they were designed to fit the unique contours of your mouth. However, as the shape of your mouth changes, you will find that the dentures don't quite fit the way they always did. Because ill-fitting dentures can lead to other problems, you have to take care to get them replaced on a regular basis. Doing so will help keep your mouth—and your dentures—in great shape....
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Types of Adhesives to Consider When Wearing Dentures
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Veneers are Great for Most Dental Imperfections
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Signs a Dental Implant is the Best Option for Your Mouth
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Struggling with Feelings About Dentures
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Signs Your Dentures Are No Longer Fitting as Tightly as They Should
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How Large Can a Partial Be?
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Does Everyone Eventually Get Dentures?
1/15/2019
Common Denture Mistakes You May Be Making
12/30/2018
Caring for a Removable Partial Denture
12/15/2018
What Exactly Is Denture Halitosis?
11/30/2018
Loose Dental Bridges Need Treatment Before They Cause Damage
11/15/2018
Why You Should Consider Dental Implants Over Dentures Whenever Possible
10/30/2018
How Veneers Can Give You a Younger Looking Smile
10/15/2018
Do Adhesives Help Hold Dentures Better Than Suction Can
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Can Dentures Be Adjusted
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How to Keep Dentures Fitting Snugly
8/31/2018
How Do Implants Give You a More Youthful Appearance
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Signs Your Dentures Are Not Fitting As Tightly As They Should
1/25/2018
Is There a Difference When You Go from Teeth to Dentures?
1/15/2018
What to Do if Your Dentures Crack
12/25/2017
What to expect Following Your First Dental Crown
12/15/2017
How Long Will Dentures Typically Last?
11/27/2017
Could Overdentures Help You Restore Your Smile?
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Can You Leave Your Dentures in When You Sleep?
10/27/2017
What to Do About Denture Sores
10/17/2017
Do You Need to Treat Dental Crowns Differently than Teeth?
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Do Your Dentures Make Your Breath Stinky
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Why Some People Need Nighttime Mouth Guards
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Why Do You Need a Crown After a Root Canal?
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