Dropping your dentures in the sink can lead to that unpleasant clanking sound. It leaves you cringing in fear, wondering if your mistake just caused costly damage. Luckily, most of the time these teeth are durable enough to withstand these types of situations, but not always, and cracks, breaks, and broken teeth can occur.
If a crack or break happens, suction may become lost around the gums, causing dentures to slip in and out of place. Your gums can become irritated and sore, which may lead to you leaving your dentures out of your mouth. Our on-site dental lab is capable and able to make your denture repair quickly, while you wait in the comfortable surroundings that our office has to offer.
Missing teeth from your set of dentures can be unappealing to look at, but they can also cause more damage to other parts of your mouth. Bleeding scrapes, broken natural teeth, and an irritated tongue are all possibilities when you are in need of a denture repair, and it is of the utmost importance to get the problem taken care of promptly to avoid further injury.
Imperfections Or Improper Manufacturing Can Cause Teeth To Fall Out
Teeth can also become loose, fall out, or break from no fault of your own. Realistically, anything human-made can break. Maybe the manufacturer was having a bad day, or the affected tooth had an imperfection that went unnoticed, before being installed. Regardless of what the reason is for the problem, our knowledgeable team is ready to take on the challenge and provide you with a denture repair that is made to last. After all, what good is this remedy if it does not hold up to extensive use?
Your dentures will once again fit comfortably, be able to hold up to necessary tasks like eating and provide you with a smile to light up any room. The teeth will function properly and remain securely in place, after the repair, exactly where they belong. Simply hang around and wait, or come back in as little as an hour to pick them up.
Without a solid foundation, various types of injuries, problems, and discomforts can ensue from wearing your dentures. Something as simple as having teeth, should not cause you pain and misery. Do not allow yourself to procrastinate any longer, and take care of a small problem now, before it causes lasting damage to your mouth.