Bonvallet Dental DDS

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Bonvallet Dental DDS
Bonvallet Dental DDS is listed in the Dentists category in Byron, Illinois. Displayed below is the only current social network for Bonvallet Dental DDS which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Bonvallet Dental DDS on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 70.

Contact information for Bonvallet Dental DDS is:
132 N Walnut St
Byron, IL 61010
(815) 234-4211

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Partial dentures to replace one or more missing teeth are important. If you have gaps between your teeth, your other teeth may move to take up some of the space, which could leave you with crooked teeth, affecting the way you bite and speak.

We recognize that some patients aren’t as motivated to get partial dentures when they still have all the teeth that show when they smile. Remember, the longer you go without all your teeth, the more likely your facial muscles will begin to sag, prematurely aging you.

Although dental implants usually have a higher cost than other tooth replacement options, they are generally more cost effective in overall because they last longer, even a lifetime.

The bone in the area of your gums where you are missing a tooth, or several teeth, is called a ridge. The ridge, upon which your denture fits, is susceptible to change based on your overall physical health, and the care you give the gums.

To keep your natural and implanted teeth healthy, talk with your dentist. Some dental professionals recommend rinsing your mouth with water rather than brushing immediately after you drink or eat, because brushing can damage enamel softened by acids in beverages and food.