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The dentists at LightHouse Dental Kingston offer dentures to replace missing teeth while supporting the long-term health of gum and jaw tissues.

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Dentures, Kingston Dentist

What are Dentures?

Dentures, also known as artificial teeth, are a common solution for patients who have lost one or more teeth. They help to restore the ability to eat properly, speak clearly and maintain facial structure. Dentures can be used to replace one missing tooth, several missing teeth or even a full arch of missing teeth.

Replacing missing teeth is crucial for maintaining overall oral health and well-being. When gaps are left unfilled, the remaining teeth can shift and change position, leading to issues such as jaw bone deterioration and gum tissue problems. Dentures can help to prevent these issues by filling in the gaps and restoring the natural balance of your bite.

At LightHouse Dental Kingston, we understand the importance of replacing missing teeth and the impact it can have on your overall oral health and well-being. Dentures may present an affordable option for those who are missing some or all of their teeth, and our team of experienced dentists will work with you to determine the best solution for your specific needs.

Types of Dentures

Regardless of whether you need to replace one tooth or a section of missing teeth, dentures can be used by a dentist to fill gaps in your smile and help restore the look and function of your smile.

Why Dentures May Be Used

When you lose all of your teeth, your facial muscles can sag, giving you an older appearance. Dentures are a solution that can help to fill out your face and profile, giving you a more youthful look. They can be customized to closely resemble your natural teeth, ensuring that your appearance does not change significantly.

Replacing missing teeth is essential for your long-term oral health. When gaps are left unfilled, the remaining teeth can shift, causing issues such as jaw bone deterioration, gum tissue problems and even teeth misalignment. By fitting you with dentures, your dentist will help to protect your remaining teeth from shifting, and prevent these issues, promoting overall oral health.

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