Throw your dentures away, get permanent teeth the same day!!!!....yes it's possible.

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There are specialist out there that can place a dental implants, as little as 4 implants in the jawbone to get rid of dentures completely and provide someone permanent fixed teeth. They don't come out, no more adhesives, and go back to eating the foods you want, not what you CAN.

www.ByDesignDental.com

"All-on-4 treatment concept"
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GB

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Thank you for this info!!!!!GB
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Nancy OKelley

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great info......but actually the cost is way more than dentures. i'm considering getting implant for the bottom and they are more than half the cost of my full set!
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Gail

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I thought this was great too, until I heard the cost. For both upper and bottom your looking at over $40,000. Maybe if I was very young I would do it, but at 69 it was way too much to spend. Plus once a year you need to have them removed and cleaned for correct care. The thought of screwing them out and in again once a year was not something I wanted to do.
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Affordable Dentures has them at certain locations. I'm on my 6 month waiting period from having mine pulled. If you're an long time wearer, YES they can be put in that day.
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Carol

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I cannot even imagine why anybody would want this done! I wear mine all day and then take them out at night. I also pop them out after eating and thoroughly clean my mouth. I have never used denture paste or powders. Have worn dentures over 15 years now...
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Bonnie Hoban

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Ihave no problem with my partials top and bottom. I think I prefer my partials. I wear them all day and take them out at night.
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I'm going to need dentures very soon. I have been putting it off because I'm scared to death. Implants are out of the question as I can't afford them. Any advice for me. I have broken teeth, partials, bridges my mouth is a mess, my gums are receding grrrrr....I need to get my gums healthy. I need some positive healthy advice. Thank you
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Gail

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Kathleen, it is now 3 months since I took the big step and went to getting top and lower dentures. Had a great dentist, had conscious sedation so I have no memory or feeling of the procedure and when I woke the dentures were in my mouth. As with anything there is adjustments and it took time but just looking in the mirror seeing great teeth once all I needed to know it was all worth it. I just had my bottoms done with a soft reline as I am still waiting for my 6 month period to have my permanent dentures made. Do your research and find the right dentist that meet your needs in helping you through your fears and your financial affordability.
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Gail,just got mine yesterday. Happy and sad at the same time! Like the way teeth look but think it makes my mouth look different and ages me:( also bottom are not fitting good at all. Can't eat anything,not even a pc. of bread with my soup.Did you leave the dentures out at nite after the first nite? I thought they said to leave them out but I don't want to get used to them being out. Not sure what to do??
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I had immediate dentures and it was all painful for me, during the swelling and after the swelling nothing seemed to fit.

I have allergies and the roof of my mouth itches all of the time, what do I do about that?

I have nose headaches and it affects my gums and jawbone and they are painful.
I can see no options for me, I am not wearing any dentures at home and leave them out all of the time.
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Gail

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Debbie, I would first contact my dentist and see what I options you have if you are allergic to the dentures. If he does not have a good enough answer to help you get a second opinion from another dentist. Do your research and find a dentist that has the newest technology. When I first had my immediate dentures My dentist gave me a tube of Oxyfresh which you can purchase on their website. It promotes healing and is cooling and soothing when putting in your dentures. Good luck and do not give up. Gail Hawkins
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Debbie Moore

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dear gail, thank you so much for your advice. I need to know what to look for and the name of the specialist Dentist? what name should I inquiry on the website for a dentist for specialties for my problem.?

thank you- Debbie-

p.s. everybody I have lived with this for 10yrs and don't leave my house because of this , it has changed my face and it has drooped and my smile is a frown now!

thanks for your help!
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Gail

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My dentist is listed under Restorative & Cosmetic Dentistry. He was voted one of Americas top dentist by the "Consumers Research Council". He is an author, does lectures and is an instructor. Search under Advanced dentistry and the Dental Medical Association in your area. Try a Dental School, possibly a teacher or administrator at the school can direct you to someone who specializes in issues. What state are you in?
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