You do your best to take care of your teeth. You brush twice a day, you floss, you see your dentist once every six months, and you never miss a cleaning. Does this mean that you will never develop tooth decay, and never need dentures, or cosmetic dental surgery? Unfortunately, the answer is no. While these proactive measures greatly reduce the chances of tooth problems, they are not a guarantee. The food we eat, our age, and sometimes our genetics play a role in how our teeth turn out. For people who do lose teeth to periodontal disease or ones that are severely decayed, cosmetic dentistry porcelain veneers or dental implants could be the solution.
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