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If you or your loved ones are missing some or ALL of your teeth and are wearing partial dentures or full dentures, you have to read this! In this article Dr. Irfan Atcha (Chicago Implant Dentist) discusses the shortfalls and disadvantages of removable partial and full dentures as a solution to edentulism (not having any teeth) and near-edentulism.

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  1. 1. Primary Key Phrase:All On Four Dental Implants ChicagoSecondary Key Phrase:Chicago implant dentist – Dr. Irfan AtchaTitle:All On Four Implants Specialists in Chicago Discuss the Shocking Truths AboutRemovable Dentures, PART 2Description:This four-part article series discusses the shortfalls and disadvantages of removablepartial and full dentures as a solution to edentulism (not having any teeth) and near-edentulism.Body:Welcome back to our four-part article series on the shortcomings and disadvantages ofremovable full and partial dentures!In our previous article post, All On Four implants specialists in Chicago began explaining tous some of the shocking truths about removable dentures, which, to those who don’t know,seems like a fairly innocuous and harmless technology. These truths included:1. Removable dentures do nothing to maintain a healthy jawbone2. Tend to cause premature aging of one’s natural youthful facial contours3. Can cause terrible discomfort in the mouth and the development of painful soresIn this article, the second installment of our four-part series, we shall reveal more shockingtruths about removable dentures, starting with how they perform as tools for eating…
  2. 2. 4. “Removable dentures initially support a bite force that is only 25% as strong asa natural, healthy bite…… Eventually, as a result of jawbone atrophy and the pain caused by dentures constantlyrubbing and pressing against the gums, this bite force becomes reduced by a shocking 97%!A healthy set of jaws and teeth typically bite down with a force of 500lbs/sq. inch. After 15years or so, a denture wearer can only manage a bite of 6lbs/sq. inch.“Not surprisingly, most patients who have been wearing dentures for more than 10 yearsare seldom able to manage anything more than soft, processed and overcooked foods,”explains Chicago implant dentist, Dr. Irfan Atcha. “This altered and highly restrictive diethas a terrible impact upon a patient’s health and is the reason that one of the biggestproblems faced by the elderly in the United States is malnutrition!”Here’s the biggest shocker of all… did you know that wearing removable dentures canshorten your life expectancy by 10 years? This is as a result of the above-mentionedproblems in addition to the fact that dentures don’t have a high hygiene maintenancecapability.5. “Dentures are a nuisance to keep clean and tend to harbor food debris andbacteria…”… Unless you’re exceptionally good about keeping your dentures clean, they do tend topose a bit of a hygiene problem. Food debris easily gets trapped between the gums and thedenture and the denture and the palate, fostering an environment that is perfect forbacterial growth. As a result, it is crucial for denture-wearers to clean their teeththoroughly after every meal and snack, as well as after any sugary beverage. Bacteria areextremely opportunistic and if dentures aren’t kept immaculately clean, you could riskdeveloping gingivitis and a condition aptly referred to as “denture breath.”“Keeping dentures clean is in it of itself a huge nuisance,” say All On Four implant specialistin Chicago, Atcha. “Imagine removing yourself from social situations every time you eatsomething so that you can go and clean your teeth? Doing this in the sink of a restaurantbathroom would be incredibly embarrassing, so most denture-wearers endure thediscomfort of trapped food until they get home. Then there’s the need to remove your
  3. 3. dentures at nighttime to soak them and allow your gums to breathe… the list of dailychallenges and hassles goes on!”Stay Tuned for Part 3Stay tuned for Part 3 to read about more shocking denture truths revealed by Chicagoimplant dentists.About the Author, Thea BeckmanThea Beckman is a writer with a Master’s degree in science and a passion for writing. Usingher advanced insights, she writes about all manner of topics, including dentistry and theincredible modern breakthroughs that have been made in the fields of implantology andfixed oral rehabilitation. Together with All On Four Implants specialists and Chicagoimplant dentists, Dr. Irfan Atcha, she strives to bring the public closer to an understandingof what it takes to achieve and maintain excellent oral health, bite function and smileconfidence. Dr. Atcha and his team can be contacted at 888-414-4109 or 312-951-8338 fora consultation to see if you are a good candidate for All-on-4 Dental Implants.