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Apr
25

What Are Snap-on Dentures – Pros and Cons of Snap-on Dentures

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Regular dentures can slip out of one’s mouth easily, causing public embarrassment. The solution to this problem comes from snap-on dentures, which snap on to dental implants placed at the sides of the inner jaw. Sometimes, multiple implant posts are used as anchors for the snap-on dentures. These dentures stay in place and do not slide or fall out while eating, speaking, coughing or sneezing. As with any other device, there are advantages and disadvantages to snap-on dentures. Read on to know what they are! Read the rest of this entry »

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