Senior citizens are the demographics most dentists go after when they are marketing their denture treatments. It makes sense - after a certain age, people have multiple teeth that have fallen out, been dislodged, or something to that effect, and they need to have their teeth replaced.
Dentists chose this market, not only because people at that age are experiencing these issues, they also know that people at that age, have spent a lifetime acquiring a "nest egg" to live off of. In other words, these folks have money to spend, and will spend it on items they feel make sense to them. What could make more sense than making sure you are able to eat properly, speak properly, and present yourself in public with dignity, right?
In days past, the process to put together a set of dentures that fit comfortably, and worked the way they were meant to, was very long. In some cases weeks, in others months. Today, with the invention of the dental implant, dentures can now be placed on the same day you walked into the clinic for treatment.
This treatment is called, "One Day Teeth, " or "Same Day Teeth." And how it works is nothing short of amazing. The dentist will need to make sure that all the teeth on the lower part of your jaw, the upper part, or even both, have no teeth on them at all. This means whatever remaining teeth you do have, need to be pulled. To be clear, this is a procedure that will require anesthesia, or something a little lighter, like laughing gas - either way, you will not be experiencing the pain that comes from having a tooth pulled.
Once the guns are bare, the dentist then drills four holes, in strategic places in your jaw. They then fit those holes with mini-implants. Once the implants are in place, the dentist then selects a set of dentures, already in stock, that best fits the dimensions of the mouth; and snap those dentures right onto the implants. The only way to have those dentures removed, is to have another visit with the dentist. Just so you understand, unlike traditional dentures, that would slip, slide, and shift, these dentures aren't going anywhere!
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