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Drs. Castellon and Buskin are offering this educational blog as a resource to our patients and the community. We hope that this blog will cover subjects that you and your family may be interested in.

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Managing Getting Dentures At a Young Age
Posted on 3/15/2020 by Dr. Castellon
Apart from our teeth being critical in the digestive process, it is one of the main things that reflect on how attractive someone is. When our teeth are healthy, in place, and thriving, it contributes to giving the face the shape it has and also goes a long way in shaping how we speak and how attractive our smile is. Teeth are normally very firmly held in place in the case of a normal, healthy individual. However, accidents happen sometimes causing even the youngest of people to get dentures. Dentures At a Young AgeJust because you lost a couple of teeth earlier in life, it doesn't mean that you don't deserve just as bright a smile as the others. You in fact deserve the best and that's why there are a lot of young people who are wearing dentures. According to the numbers provided by Louisiana State University Health Shreveport, there are about 70% of adults between the age of 35 and 44 who have lost at least one permanent tooth. Since the younger demographic is more concerned about their appearance, it therefore makes sense that they want something that's not only going to get the job done, but also be as subtle as possible so that it doesn't attract unnecessary attention. Once a tooth has been removed, dentures cannot be placed immediately; at least not the permanent type. The gum tissue needs to properly heal and be made ready for the new piece being fitted into the mouth. When you get your dentures, there is a degree of discomfort while eating, and speaking. You therefore need to take it slow so that you don't end up doing any damage to the already sensitive areas. Dentures are quite important. They help people who have lost their teeth to not only look good, but also maintain a certain level of functionality in the mouth since you can now do some chewing and get your speech back on track. For more tips on how to manage dentures while young, call our office....
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All Posts:

Managing Getting Dentures At a Young Age
3/15/2020
Can You Damage a Denture by Using a Traditional Toothbrush?
2/29/2020
Are There More Ways to Customize Dentures Than Ever Before?
2/15/2020
Reasons Why a Dental Crown Becomes Loose
1/30/2020
What Is it about Implants that Gives People a Younger Appearance?
1/15/2020
Times Where Bonding Cannot Correct a Dental Problem
12/30/2019
Why Most People Think Dentures Are Inevitable
12/15/2019
Why do Dentures Give the Face a Sunken Appearance?
11/30/2019
Who is Not a Good Candidate for Dental Bonding?
11/15/2019
How Long is Too Long to Wear Dentures Each Day?
10/30/2019
Do You Need to Replace Dentures at Specific Intervals?
10/15/2019
Does a Dental Crown Feel Different in Your Mouth?
9/30/2019
Can Gum Disease Impact Your Dentures?
9/15/2019
Damage That Can Accompany Dirty Dentures
8/30/2019
Can You Brush Your Dentures While They Are in Your Mouth?
8/15/2019
Would a Dental Onlay Improve Your Oral Health?
7/30/2019
Why Does the Nearest Tooth Require Trimming When You Get a Bridge?
7/15/2019
Perks of Having Implant Supported Dentures
6/30/2019
Why You Need to Upgrade Dentures Every Couple Years
6/15/2019
Do Large Fillings Require a Crown on Top?
5/30/2019
Custom Dentures Come with Many Perks
5/15/2019
Ways of Increasing the Longevity of Dental Veneers
4/30/2019
Types of Adhesives to Consider When Wearing Dentures
4/15/2019
Veneers are Great for Most Dental Imperfections
3/20/2019
Signs a Dental Implant is the Best Option for Your Mouth
3/10/2019
Struggling with Feelings About Dentures
2/28/2019
Signs Your Dentures Are No Longer Fitting as Tightly as They Should
2/15/2019
How Large Can a Partial Be?
1/30/2019
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
9/30/2018
Can Dentures Be Adjusted
9/15/2018
How to Keep Dentures Fitting Snugly
8/31/2018
How Do Implants Give You a More Youthful Appearance
8/20/2018
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?
11/17/2017
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?
9/30/2017
Do Your Dentures Make Your Breath Stinky
9/20/2017
Why Some People Need Nighttime Mouth Guards
8/27/2017
Why Do You Need a Crown After a Root Canal?
8/17/2017
Case Study: Maxillary Full Arch Removable Implant-Supported Reconstruction
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