Toms River, NJ (PRWEB) August 01, 2012
When in the course of life, should it become necessary to have all of a person's natural teeth removed and replaced with a full set of false teeth (i.e.- an acrylic plastic denture), here are some facts that a person should know, and thus be prepared, in advance, for what his/her oral future will be like. For example: The new denture wearer will have to learn, all over again, how to: chew, smile, sneeze and speak with a removable dental appliance (dentures) in the mouth. To avoid all of this, the necessary alternative is to spend the money and take care of all original, natural teeth now!
A NEW 2012 APPROACH TO DENTAL CARE SINCE THE STONE AGE (9000 years ago)…
,,,is that physical problems like: arthritis, stomach pains, joint problems, headaches, that seem to be unrelated to teeth may be caused by dental (oral) problems because of: amalgam fillings, teeth decay or impacted wisdom teeth.
This is because oral and teeth problems can or may, have an effect on the health of the whole body.
A German Doctor, Reinhard Voll, after 40 years of research and observation, estimated that nearly 80% of all illness is related entirely or partially to problems in the mouth. He said:
"I suggest you ask a dentist about whole body dentistry.”
It is suggested a person could find a dentist who agrees that oral health is vital to whole body health. Get his opinion, then make a personal, educated decision.
When asked about all of this Terry Weber owner of Originals By Weber commented:
"As I understand it, a dental procedure could cause some adverse response in your body. There are many different opinions about the idea that work on your teeth could have seemingly unrelated side effects that might make other parts of your body ache for no apparent reason . We need to be aware that this could happen. So, you should discuss it with your dentist in order to put your mind at rest and reduce any risk to the rest of your body."
"Whole Body Dentistry advocates believe that every organ in your body is directly linked to a specific tooth or area of your mouth. Not all dentists agree, but it is something for you to discuss with your dentist. You could also talk to your family and friends and ask them if they see a relationship between dental work they have had done and it’s affect on other parts of their body…good or bad."
"It has been suggested people with amalgam fillings (that have mercury in them) may have health problems such as: headaches, digestive problems, cold fingers and toes, and endocrine system problems because of those fillings. Opinions vary, but sometimes when the amalgam is removed (by a dentist) those problems disappear. So, talk with your dentist, become an 'educated consumer'. After all, it’s your mouth and your body so don’t leave all the decision up to your dentist because the good health of your whole body now and in the future is at stake.
If you still have all or most of your natural teeth – do everything you can to keep them and your mouth healthy."
However, for a person who has lost all upper or lower teeth and has a denture that is loose and uncomfortable, now is the time to learn more about the new Weber invention: Weber Denture Liner Kit (Patent Pend.). For more information go to the following website to get more details and to see an interesting product video about this new way to always wear dentures that are comfortable while chewing, well supported, secure and stable in the mouth: http://www.yrret.stirsite.com/page/page/4578911.htm