Dentures after Tooth Loss

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Dentures are replacements for your original teeth, often when the whole tooth is missing. Partial dentures can fill in the gaps created by one or two missing teeth and full dentures replace your entire mouth of teeth by removing anything left before fitting the prosthetic gums and teeth. Teeth can be missing for a number of reasons. Missing teeth are sometimes the problem themselves, as they can cause low self esteem to have a gap-filled smile, or in more serious cases where full dentures may be needed it is the repercussions of missing teeth that is the problem. These repercussions can range from tooth pain to being unable to chew or eat properly, to speech defects and an accelerated facial aging process.

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