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Dec
8

Strickland Facelift Dentures

Posted in Dentures

What if you could get dentures that not only improved your smile, they also improved your appearance? Strickland Facelift Dentures do just that! Using neuromuscular techniques and a custom design process, these dentures enhance your facial appearance so much that it looks almost as if you’ve had a facelift.

The customized fit allows Strickland Facelift Dentures to sit snugly in place all day long without the need for adhesives or pastes. Through detailed contour design, the denture provides fuller facial features where you need them. This prevents a “sunken in” look to your face, which makes your smile seem less-than-perfect and adds years to your appearance. Instead, you’ll have fuller cheeks and an appropriate facial profile like you had before you were missing your natural teeth. By design, the Strickland Facelift Denture serves a dual purpose in restoring your smile while also returning your oral and facial features to what they were before you ever needed dentures.

As with other types of dentures, you can request a custom smile design with your Strickland Facelift Denture. The size, shape, and color of your teeth are planned to look natural while also improving the beauty of your facial features. Your finished Strickland denture looks functions just as great as it looks. You will be able to talk, smile, and chew in a reliable manner that you can depend on each and every day. Strickland dentures also help prevent future bone loss from occurring, lengthening the results of your treatment.

Not all dentists are certified Strickland Facelift Denture providers. Ask your dentist if they are a certified Strickland dentist, and how the prosthesis can help enhance your lifestyle.

Posted on behalf of:
Rowe Family Dental Care
2320 Satellite Blvd NW #120
Duluth, GA 30096
(770) 622-5909

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