The Real Cost of Not Having Teeth: The Dangers of Not Taking Proper Care

Might have lost their teeth due to illness or injury, advanced age, lack of funds to visit the dentist, lack of insurance coverage, or just not being able to afford dental implants or porcelain crowns and bridges.

There are many reasons behind losing your teeth, but the potential complications of living with missing teeth are not to be taken lightly. The impacts can include compromised nutrition, chewing problems, speech difficulties and other physical discomfort which could lead to bigger problems down the road if left untreated.

Maintaining your healthy teeth for as long as possible is important to avoid these issues that can interfere with everyday life.

The first step to taking care of your teeth is to visit your dentist on a regular basis for checkups, x-rays and cleaning. This way if there are signs of tooth decay or other issues that can lead to bigger problems down the road you will be able to receive treatment before the problem becomes even more severe. If you have missing teeth it is not directly correlated to poor oral health, but it most likely will lead to serious dental problems if left untreated.

If you have issues that are more difficult to resolve at home, there are some alternatives for restoring your smile.

It may also be used to attach dentures, especially if implants are placed in the upper part of your mouth. Implants can last a lifetime if done correctly by an experienced.

If you want the best chance of maintaining your healthy teeth and avoiding extensive tooth loss, visit the dentist regularly, eat a nutritious diet and brush after meals twice a day. If you have any issues regarding your teeth please don’t hesitate to ask us for advice. We offer free consultations. 877-840-1910

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