Reasons to Consider Non-Removable Dentures
There are mainly two different types of dentures that are available to you if you’ve lost your teeth. There are removable dentures and there are non removable dentures. Both have their own advantages and disadvantages but we’ll go over the reasons why you should consider non-removable dentures as well.
Teeth Don’t belong in a cup
Your teeth belong in your mouth, not in a cup. Dentures are supposed to make you feel like you still have teeth.
You won’t ever drop and break them, or lose your dentures
If you have non removable dentures, they are permanently in your teeth. You can’t drop and break teeth that are implanted in your mouth. You also can’t lose dentures if they are non-removable.
They are a part of you
One of the best benefits, the non removable dentures become a part of you rather than a accessory that you have to wear. No more hassle and they feel natural.
They are fully supported dentures unlike removable dentures. You can eat more of a complete diet, rather than having a limited amount of choices to eat.
Not having non removable dentures can cause sleeping problems. Let me explain how. If you had removable dentures, you don’t have any jaw support, which supports your airways. No real jaw to support your airway, means it would increase the chances your air way closing. You wouldn’t be able to breathe, which would unexpectedly wake your body up just to start breathing again. Not enough sleep, results in more head aches. Who want’s head aches? That’s right, no one.
TMJ is temporomandibular joint disorder occurs when your jaw isn’t working together with your jaw muscles and joint. Now your teeth also play an important part in this. When you don’t have the that support, you may find yourself with some neck pain, back pain, and headaches.
We hope this has helped you learn more about non removable dentures. Contact us to help you decide if they are the best option for you.