The Benefits of Dentures

Does your smile suffer from unsightly gaps? If so, dentures could replace your missing teeth and improve your quality of life! Made of Dentureprosthetic teeth, dentures are worn by those who have lost some or all of their natural teeth. Led by Dr. Jonathan Lovell and Dr. Matthew Scheerhorn, Superstition Mountain Dental in Gold Canyon, AZ, offers state-of-the-art dentures to the various patients that they serve. In this article, we'll cover some of the fantastic benefits of undergoing denture treatment!


1. They can improve your appearance. The absence of teeth can ruin a great smile. Luckily, dentures can restore your smile, enhance your appearance, and boost your self-confidence. Designed to appear just like your natural teeth, dentures allow you to look as wonderful as you feel!

2. They're comfortable to wear. Today's dentures are not like the ones your grandmother wore. While they do still take some time to get used to, modern denture models are high in quality and more comfortable than ever. Dental professionals use the latest construction materials and techniques to create these perfectly-fitting restorations.

3. They can help you chew food. Many people take their teeth for granted—that is until something goes wrong, of course. Having absent teeth can affect your ability to chew and digest certain foods. With dentures, however, you can greatly boost your eating ability!

4. They can improve your speech. If you have missing teeth, you may find yourself mumbling or slurring certain words. With dentures, you can improve your clarity of speech and speak confidently once again!


Interested? Give us a call!

Dentures will do you a world of good! Don't delay—call Superstition Mountain Dental at (480) 671-7777 today to schedule a consultation at our Gold Canyon office. You will experience exemplary service and state-of-the-art care when you visit our practice!

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