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3 Ways Today's Dentures Have Improved Over the Years

April 12, 2019
Posted By: Dr. Andrew Hagan
Dentures | Kingsport, TN | Hagan Dentistry

What do you think of when someone mentions dentures? Do you picture fake teeth that look, well, fake? Did you envision your grandmother’s denture slipping every time she laughed?

State-of-the-Art Dentures

Decades ago, dentists and technicians did the best they could with the materials available, and the aesthetic results and comfort of dentures left a lot to be desired. 

But modern full and partial dentures in Kingsport, TN are a vast improvement because they’ve improved in several ways:

  • Updated materials look more natural – Every day, researchers work toward making dental prosthetics look as much like real teeth as possible. The material used for the base of dentures is much lighter than it was, and artificial teeth are designed to look similar to natural dental enamel.
  • Customized just for you – The days of dentures that move unpredictably are over; utilizing new materials, your Kingsport dentures dentist works with highly-trained technicians to customize the size, shape, shade, and positioning of the artificial teeth.
  • No more irritation and discomfort – The base of modern dentures is much more flexible than in the past, and are designed to conform closely to the contours of your jaw. For even more stability, your dentist can use dental implants placed in your jaw to prevent any movement and eliminate the irritation of dentures that don’t stay in place. 

Call Us for a Dentures Consultation

Modern full and partial dentures in Kingsport, TN have changed dramatically for the better, and we think you’ll be delighted with how they enhance, rather than detract, from your appearance.

If you would like more information, please call Hagan Dentistry to arrange an appointment with Dr. Andrew Hagan. He will evaluate your needs, answer your questions, and explain all your tooth replacement options including state-of-the-art dentures.

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