If you are missing teeth or already have dentures, then you probably understand the frustrations of not being able to eat the foods that you want. Dental implants can make it possible for you to eat like you did before you lost your teeth.
The dentists at New Albany Implants have treated patients from across the United States, and they would be happy to help you eat comfortably and confidently again.
We’ve heard from our patients how loose-fitting dentures can make it difficult to enjoy a family gathering or dining out with friends. You should be able to trust that your replacement teeth will stay in place.
Dental implants will allow you to bite and chew easily again.
Contact us online or call to schedule your appointment and begin what we call the Dental Implant Roadmap™.
Why You Should Get Your Dental Implants From Us
Dr. Ronald L. Receveur, DDS, opened New Albany Implants with his patients in mind. His own experiences as a child with a missing tooth associated with a partial cleft palate meant he spent more time than most in dentist chairs.
He used those experiences to guide him as he was setting up his own office. He wanted his office to be convenient, pain-free, and quick.
For convenience, Dr. Receveur made sure he had the equipment in his office to meet all his patients’ needs for the complex rehabilitative dentistry that is our focus at New Albany Implants.
He has undergone the training and certification so he can offer IV sedation for our patients. IV sedation dentistry assures that you can receive dental implants (as well as any other procedure) without pain.
And he understands that patients don’t want to restore their smiles in three months. They want their replacement teeth as soon as possible. That’s why he developed the One Day Smile Solution™.
It’s possible to restore your smile — and your bite — in less time than you may realize.
Make an appointment today to get started with at consultation. This is the first step to eating well once again.
Eat Comfortably With Dental Implants
Traditional dentures rest outside of your gums. This is a big factor in why it can be difficult to eat when you have dentures.
If you don’t bite at the correct angle, your dentures can get pushed out of position. And even when you do bite right, you don’t have the same power as someone with a full set of teeth.
In fact, people with dentures have about one-fourth the biting power as people with all their teeth, according to multiple studies.
Dental implants will add support that will put more power into every bite that you take. Implants replace the roots of your missing teeth. This anchors your dentures to your jawbone, and that provides more “oomph” for you.
This makes it easier for your to bite into foods and to chew them as well. When it’s easier for you to chew, you don’t have to worry about your mouth feeling tired at the end of a meal.
Dr. Receveur, Dr. Bradley Frederick, DMD, and every member of our team wants you to be able to eat the foods that you want to eat.
Call our office today, 888-469-3982, to learn more about what dental implants can do for you.
Eat Confidently With Dental Implants
People with all their teeth take it for granted that they can eat whatever food is placed in front of them. When you have dentures, you may find yourself questioning what you can or should try to eat:
Is the crust on those rolls too hard to bite through?
Will this steak be too difficult to chew?
Could a bite of an apple pull your dentures out of place?
When you are getting together with family or friends, you want to enjoy their company. You don’t want to spend every minute of your meal wondering if and when your “teeth” will slip out of position.
You will feel confident that your implant-supported dentures from New Albany Implants will remain in place no matter what you eat. This will ease your mind so you can catch up on what your family and friends have been doing without giving a second thought to whether your dentures will fall out.
Get Your Replacement Teeth From Us
Everyone at New Albany Implants is here to support you just like your dental implants will support your dentures. For service you can trust and results you can rely on, make an appointment to take your first step toward easier eating and a better smile to go with it.