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Signs You Need Replacement Dentures

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Smile Stop Dentures & Implants provides affordable dental options for adults.

Your smile is one of your most valuable assets, and dentures play a pivotal role in maintaining it. At Smile Stop Dentures & Implants, we understand the importance of a confident smile and offer affordable dental implant solutions.

In this blog, we'll explore the top signs that indicate it may be time to consider replacement dentures. Smile Stop Dentures & Implants can help you achieve a comfortable and affordable dentures solution.

Signs It's Time for Replacement Dentures:

  1. Visible Wear and Tear: Dentures experience natural wear and tear over the years. If you notice cracks, chips, or significant wear on the teeth or the base, it's a clear sign that they need to be replaced.

  2. Loose Fit: Dentures that have become loose or ill-fitting can cause discomfort and make it challenging to speak and eat. This can be a sign of changes in your jawbone or the dentures themselves.

  3. Gum Irritation: Dentures that constantly rub against your gums, leading to soreness or irritation, should not be ignored. This discomfort may indicate that your dentures no longer fit properly.

  4. Difficulty Chewing: If you find it increasingly difficult to chew your favorite foods or if you're avoiding certain textures altogether, it could be due to worn-down dentures that can't provide the necessary bite force.

  5. Alterations in Speech: Changes in speech, such as slurred or unclear speech, can be linked to poorly fitting dentures that no longer support proper tongue movement.

  6. Changes in Appearance: As dentures age, they may lose their natural appearance, leading to changes in your facial structure and smile. This can affect your self-esteem and confidence.

  7. Persistent Bad Breath: Dentures that are difficult to clean or have trapped food particles can lead to persistent bad breath. This may be a sign that it's time for a replacement.

Affordable Dental Implant Solutions at Smile Stop Dentures & Implants

Smile Stop Dentures & Implants offers affordable dental implant solutions that can provide you with a more stable and long-lasting alternative to traditional dentures. Here's how our dental implant options can benefit you:

  1. Improved Stability: Dental implants offer unparalleled stability because they are anchored securely into your jawbone.

  2. Enhanced Comfort: Dental implants feel and function like natural teeth, ensuring maximum comfort and ease when eating, speaking, and smiling.

  3. Durability: Implants are designed to last for many years, providing a long-term solution.

  4. Preservation of Bone Health: Dental implants stimulate the jawbone, preventing bone loss that can occur with traditional dentures.

  5. Aesthetics: Implant-supported dentures offer a natural-looking smile, restoring your facial aesthetics and boosting your self-confidence.

  6. Cost-Effective: While dental implants are an initial investment, they can be a cost-effective long-term solution.

Rediscover Your Smile with Smile Stop Dentures & Implants

Your smile is a reflection of your confidence and well-being. Our experienced team is dedicated to delivering exceptional care and support throughout your dental journey. We understand the importance of affordability, and our solutions are designed to meet your needs while ensuring your comfort and satisfaction.

Don't let worn-out dentures hold you back from enjoying the life you deserve. Contact Smile Stop Dentures & Implants today for a consultation, and take the first step toward rediscovering the joy of a confident and radiant smile.

Learn more about affordable denture options from Smile Stop Dentures & Implants here.


Call today for a free consultation!

918-446-0128 (Tulsa)

918-331-2221 (Bartlesville)


Wes Thompson, DDS

5676 W Skelly Drive, Suite A Tulsa, OK. 74107 (918) 446-0128


John Lard, DDS

1820 SE Washington Blvd Bartlesville, OK 74006

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