Centuries ago there were many gruesome, and even brutal, ways to reduce the pain of prolonged toothaches and tooth extraction. However, over the years, dental treatment methods have gradually improved.
Today, treating dental and oral problems has become a respected profession. Many people are now using dental veneers to get straight teeth.
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Today, after extracting a patient's tooth some time ago, modern dentists will prepare the dentures and immediately place the patient with new upper or lower dentures, which are almost perfectly shaped and made of acrylic plastic.
The reason for dentists to immediately insert these new dentures is so that patients can leave dental practice and immediately resume normal activities in life including eating, talking and smiling.
However, this occurs days, weeks, or months after the new dentures are placed. For some time now, users have found that the new dentures are very effective and relatively comfortable. However, what most prostheses fail to recognize is that our bodies respond to natural tooth extraction by initiating a very slow and endless process of contraction.
This contraction process slowly changes the shape of the jawbone, gums and even lips. Sooner or later, a perfectly fitted prosthesis due to these persistent contractions will relax to the point where it can be very uncomfortable to hold in your mouth – even while eating.