March 03, 2014

Toothlessness: An Emotionally Charged Subject

Oral Health

Poor oral health is generally associated with shame and guilt--while the patient tries to hide such a predicament, the opinion of the rest of the world is unmistakable--it is your own fault!  Poor oral health is self-inflicted, so there is no one else to blame!  That's not always the case.  As a Board Certified Prosthodontic office, we understand the significance of teeth that look good and function well to the lives of our patients.  Good teeth and a healthy mouth are necessary for one's quality of life.

Benefits of Dental Implant

In addition, people are treated according to how others assess their teeth and gums. We know that the loss of teeth changes the shape of the face and jaws, that it alters one's self image, and can affect how people interact and the manner in which they approach intimacy.

If you have teeth that need repair, or replacement, dentures that need to be tightened or remade, or dental implants to preserve your shrinking jawbone, give us a call.  We are here to help.

Robert G. Tupac, DDS, FACP, Inc., Diplomate, American Board of Prosthodontics (661) 325-1275 | 5060 California Ave., #170, Bakersfield, CA 93309

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