Staying active, spending time with friends and learning new things all help us feel young, but did you know that dentures can also make you feel young again?

Tooth decay often contributes to people looking older, when teeth become yellowed and misshapen. On the other hand, a mouth full of shiny white teeth is associated with young and healthy people. In this way, a great set of custom dentures that fit well and sit comfortably in our mouths is known to help us feel young and vibrant.

However, dentures that don’t fit properly or are uncomfortable can keep us from doing activities that we enjoy, such as going out to lunch with friends and doing physical activity; staying isolated from others is a great way to not only feel old, but also look old.

In fact, there’s some great research out there that shows that most people say they feel several years younger than their actual age, which is a great sign! And on top of that, people who feel younger than their age are less likely to pass away within the next few years.

Another major benefit of having a great set of dentures is the confidence that they bring.

Side effects of having perfect dentures include:

  • smiling more
  • enjoying the foods you love
  • having the confidence to carry conversations
  • looking younger
  • feeling younger
  • wanting to stay active
  • being interested in spending time with friends and family
     

Having an excellent quality of life is one of the biggest factors that contribute to seniors’ health, wellbeing and life expectancy. Don’t let ill-fitting dentures hold you back from doing the things you enjoy most, such as spending time outdoors, chatting with friends, visiting family and going out to performances, museums or art galleries.

If it’s time that you have dentures that fit well and feel great, helping you stay young, call Future Smiles Denture Clinic in SW Calgary today at 403-475-0016.

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Posted by Vlad Dumbrava

Vlad Dumbrava has been active in the field of denture therapy since 2008. Upon receiving his denturist degree in 2011 from George Brown College in Toronto, Ontario, he continued his education in Medical Sciences at Western University.