December 20, 2016

If you’re missing one or both full arches of teeth, you have probably been fitted with traditional dentures. While dentures are convenient and affordable, there is a more durable alternative available that gives you greater dental functionality and comfort with minimal recovery time.

The TeethToday® procedure may be more expensive initially than traditional dentures, but it is becoming wildly popular thanks to the many unique benefits it offers. Here are the top three reasons to choose TeethToday® as your smile restoration procedure of choice.

1. Convenience

The TeethToday® procedure removes the need for denture pastes and creams since your dentures are secured firmly in place with four implants that are placed around the jaw for maximum sturdiness. TeethToday® implant-supported dentures do not need to be removed nightly for cleaning and are designed to be cared for just like natural teeth. Most people are good candidates for the TeethToday® procedure, and bone grafting is rarely required.

2. Improved Quality of Life

Implant-supported dentures look very natural and can improve the appearance of your smile significantly. As your appearance improves, your self-confidence is likely to improve along with it, giving you greater self-esteem and an improved quality of life. TeethToday® implants are also very durable and help give you full dental functionality so you can enjoy a wide variety of foods with ease.

3. Prevention of Further Oral Health Issues

Jaw bone degradation is a natural result of missing teeth, but TeethToday® can help preserve bone tissue and minimize degradation. Bone level stabilization is a natural result of placing implants directly in the bone, where they stimulate growth in the absence of natural tooth roots.

Discover the Teeth-in-a-Day Difference

Does greater convenience, improved quality of life and prevention of bone degradation sound appealing to you? If so, call McCawley Center for Laser Periodontics and Implants to schedule your TeethToday® consultation with our periodontists.



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