Is there dentures that don't go int the roof of the mouth? If so where do I call ?

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  • Robin

    Robin 28 - February - 2010, at 08:43 AM

  • Calcium is a crucial element to have when you wear dentures. It can protect you from a lot of harm. There have been people who have had to wear dentures from a very young age and therefore they need to be all t he more careful of the occurrence of mouth sores. And the worst thing is that these will start making your face look sunken and beyond your age. The way it happens is that the gums will continue to shrink as you lose all the teeth in the mouth. This means that the face will look sunken, the cheeks and the lips will not be in line with the cheek and the entire face will not appear normal. This is really common and makes the person look older and gaunter than ever before. Now all is not bad for wearers of dentures. There has been a recent study by by Dr. Kenneth Wical, formerly of the School of Dentistry at the University of Washington and of Loma Linda, which shows a correlation between the amount of calcium in those who have excessive gum shrinkage and those who do not. people who have lost their teeth at an early age have been those people who has lower amounts of calcium in their bodies. This resulted in the loosing of teeth and gum disease along with the bone structure. And this is no surprise as the main reason for people to lose their teeth is not adequate amounts of calcium in their diet. The suggested minimum daily requirement for calcium set up by government sources is 800 to 1,000 mg. (12 to 17 grains). Dr. Wical has come up with a method for measuring the loss of teeth due to the amount of low calcium in the diet. Once reasonable preciseness in determining the actual amount of bone loss was found, comparisons to dietary intakes of calcium became possible. Dr. Wical also discovered that people who consumed only 933mg of calcium and lower were at a fear of losing their teeth due to calcium deficiency. People with the worst case scenario had a calcium intake of only about 533mg. all the patients said that they consumed good food filled with calcium but in reality this is far from true. And this can be seen in the impact on the teeth and gums.

  • Robin Williams

    Robin Williams 28 - February - 2010, at 08:42 AM

  • What is the Need of Calcium for Denture Wearers

  • Dr.Ritz

    Dr.Ritz 06 - February - 2010, at 20:27 PM

  • iI you are talking about the complete dentures then the implant dentures are available in which the teeth rests on the implants. for this you can talk to the dentist who is implant specialist. if you want to know more about the implants you can visit the following link on our website.........

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