Tired of loose fitting painful dentures that slip around?
Can’t eat or enjoy the food you love because of your dentures?
Do you feel self-conscious or embarrassed because of your dentures?
Thinking twice before you smile or laugh? Worried when you sneeze?
Tired of messy, sticky and expensive denture adhesives?
Constantly worried about loosing your dentures?
Worried that your dentures will fall out and embarrass you?
Difficulty Eating and Enjoying Food
When was the last time you were able to bite into a crisp apple, or dig into a juicy steak? If you wear dentures, then you probably can’t recall what a lot of your favourite foods even taste like. Wearing dentures can significantly reduce your ability to eat and enjoy your favourite foods and can lead to serious digestive problems. With plastic covering the taste buds on the roof of your mouth you really can’t taste properly. Dentures supported by implants allow you to eat better and do not cover the roof of your mouth allowing you to taste and enjoy your food.
Wearing dentures can be a real pain – both figuratively, and literally! Sore spots are a common problem. Dentures will move around and rub your gums causing sore spots. These sore spots can be very painful and make it difficult to eat. Dentures supported by dental implants are more stable, virtually illuminating sore spots.
Dentures can be uncomfortable, inconvenient, and embarrassing. Are you are tired of taking your teeth out every night. Tired of food getting under them after every meal. Are the sticky adhesives a distasteful and unpleasant mess. Tired of searching for your dentures when the phone rings in the middle of the night or when the doorbell rings. Dentures supported by dental implants can be fixed in place and are never removed and there is no longer a need for dental adhesives.
There are few things more humiliating than having your dentures flop out of your mouth while speaking to someone else. But that is precisely what many people who wear dentures are concerned about every time they open their mouths.
Dentures can be embarrassing. Often, denture wearers simply withdraw from social activities, such as eating in public, going out with family and friends, public speaking and even dating. The idea of a new friend or partner finding out about their dentures can be very embarrassing. People can judge you negatively just because you have lost your teeth due to gum disease, an accident, or other dental disease.
Some denture wearers are so concerned that someone might discover they wear dentures, they simply prefer to stay home – alone. This behaviour can lead to isolation, loneliness, and even depression. Dentures supported by dental implants can be fixed in place and look like natural teeth. They will not fly out of your mouth when you sneeze or laugh. Feel confident in your social interactions.
Dr. Duncan Chambers has advanced training in Dentures.
Dr. Chambers is a Board Certified Dental Specialist, a Prosthodontist. He is a highly educated, uniquely trained expert at replacing missing teeth. Dr. Chambers can create comfortable dentures by stabilizing them with dental implants and even has a dental implant solution that fixes your denture so that it never needs to be removed. He offers you over 20 years of experience and his practice is committed to the highest standards of patient care and technical excellence. He stays on the leading edge of dental implant procedures through on-going education, training and certification.
Dental implants are life- changing
Smile, laugh, speak in public without fear, go out with family and friends and eat what you like without worrying about your teeth slipping or falling out—dentures supported by dental implants are fixed in place and look like your natural teeth.
With dental implants, you avoid the potential pain and embarrassment of dentures.
Dental implant-supported teeth can give you back your natural biting and chewing capability. You can have the complete confidence to eat, speak, sing, laugh, and be active. There is no fear of slipping or falling out, no need to avoid activities, no need to restrict what or how you eat, no plastic on the roof of your mouth.
Many people with dental implants say they just live better than they did when they had dentures. Patients who have received this treatment say they feel a renewed sense of confidence, enjoy an improved quality of life, and have regained the ability to eat and taste the foods they love. Freedom to enjoy the social situations and activities that you long for.
Implants are the Solution to Many Denture Problems?
Dental implants function like your own permanent teeth, which can allow you to eat your favourite foods with confidence and without pain or discomfort.
Dental implants can give you back a terrific smile and help you feel better about yourself
An investment in yourself -
Dental Implants are a great investment because they can provide a permanent solution to your dental problems.
Who can get Dental Implants?
Almost everyone that wears dentures will benefit from dental implants. Dentistry has undergone great advances in the replacement of missing teeth. If you’re tired of lousy dentures and ready for a change, dental implants may be for you. Why suffer any longer?
“I believe that dental implants will improve almost every denture, they change lives by restoring function, confidence and have greatly improved the lifestyle of many of my patients”
Duncan Chambers, DDS
Certified Dental Specialist
Dr. Chambers recommends dental implants:
To eliminate the pain and inconvenience of dentures
To prevent a denture from moving or slipping
To allow you to chew the foods that you want
To allow you to enjoy the food you like
To prevent the embarrassment of a loose denture
To restore your smile and your confidence
We serve the following areas: Kelowna, Penticton, Vernon, Kamloops, Peachland, Summerland, and all areas in the Okanagan Valley, and British Columbia with dental implants, cosmetic dentistry, veneers, crowns, fixed dentures, teeth whitening, tooth replacement, dental bridges,partial dentures, smile makeovers, snoring treatment, dentures and dentures with dental implants.