Why Should I Choose New You Dentures to Replace Missing Teeth?
- Posted on: Jul 30 2015
The dangers associated with failing to replace missing teeth are widely known. You run the risk of additional bone and tooth loss, you may develop a sunken facial appearance that makes you look older than you are, and actions such as eating and speaking will become much more difficult. For decades, dentures have been one of the most common tooth replacement options. However, traditional dentures have never provided a truly customized result, making them less than ideal.
Fortunately, there’s a new alternative to traditional dentures which will help you restore a fully functioning smile and help you maintain optimal levels of oral health. This option, called New You Dentures™, is now offered by Dr. Heather Fleschler to patients in the West University, Bellaire, Meyerland, and River Oaks areas of Houston.
New You Dentures™ utilize the principles of neuromuscular dentistry to create a more customized dental restoration. Neuromuscular dentistry focuses on keeping your jaw joints and muscles properly aligned to ensure optimal functionality. Your New You Dentures can restore your original jaw profile and promote optimal jaw function that isn’t typically achieved using traditional dentures.
Some of the benefits you’ll achieve when you choose New You Dentures include:
- Improved facial support that eliminates sunken appearance commonly associated with traditional dentures
- Optimal bite function and muscle relaxation is achieved
- More beautiful, natural looking results than traditional dentures
- Can take as much as 20 years off of your appearance
If you need to replace missing teeth and you’re not an ideal candidate for dental implants, find out how New You Dentures can deliver the excellent results you deserve.
Please contact Dr. Heather Fleschler using the form at the right side of the page or call (713) 660-6500today to schedule a New You Dentures consultation. We serve patients in the West University, Bellaire, Meyerland, and River Oaks areas of Houston, Texas.
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