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Are Missing Teeth Hurting Your Quality of Life?

July 3, 2017
Posted By: NOLA Dentures and General Dentistry
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Many people miss the importance of a complete smile until they face tooth loss or dental extractions. Since we treat a number of patients with missing teeth at NOLA Dentures and General Dentistry, we intimately understand the impact tooth loss can have on your quality of life.

Feeling Self-Conscious about Your Smile

We believe you should feel great about the way you look and when your smile suffers, your self-esteem can follow. This can have a negative impact on your professional and personal life because whether it is fair or not, people make judgments about people with missing teeth.

Nothing so simple should hold you back in life. We offer solutions with dentures, partial dentures, bridges, and dental implants in our Gretna, LA dental office.

Living with Discomfort Wears on You

Tooth loss can lead to additional dental problems and cause problems with your bite. This may lead to sensitivity, periodontal disease, and jaw disorders that are quite painful.

Anyone who lives with chronic pain understands the toll it can take on your day-to-day life.

We offer solutions to interrupt the cycle of oral health issues caused by tooth loss.

Avoiding the Delicious Foods You Love

Having to avoid the foods you love can negatively impact your quality of life dramatically. After all, we live in a place where delicious food is part of our culture. Tooth loss can make it uncomfortable or even impossible to enjoy your favorite foods and may limit you in social situations.

Let us help you get your passion for life back again.

Many of our patients opt for dental implants or implant-retained dentures because of the added security they offer. This allows patients a wider variety of dietary options and improved self-confidence in their daily lives.

For more information about dental implants, contact our Gretna, LA dental office for a consultation with our experienced dentist, Dr. Russell Schafer.

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