Dentures at age 30? Would a dentist remove teeth for a patient who would rather have
Almost every tooth is decaying and has some kind of hole in it. I am just tired of being in pain ALL the time, is this possible? I'm in my 30's. ... Visitor from NJ
I would imagine that the vast majority of dentists would encourage you to complete any necessary dentistry treatment and get to a point where simple maintenance (home care and professional cleanings) could keep things healthy.
Many patients ask (usually not completely seriously) if dentures would be easier than having "all this work done". Certainly for most people there would be nothing like having your own teeth or any "fixed" tooth replacements (implants or bridges which don't come out).
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