Florida FOY® Dentures

Providing FOY® Dentures

Are you tired of the problems that come with cheap or poorly made dentures? Poorly fitting dentures can be painful, slip when you talk, and don’t let you eat all the foods you want. And are you happy with the way they look? Traditional dentures do little to help your appearance. Teeth are set back and the dentures aren’t high enough to replicate a youthful face. They can make you look older than you are, older than you feel, and certainly older than you want to look.

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Denture Dentists with a Better Approach

FOY® Dentures are a different approach to making dentures, and a better one. Our denture dentists know that dentures aren’t designed to just sit in your mouth, but to work as part of a dynamic system for talking, chewing, helping with balance, and, yes, smiling.

And you’ll probably be doing a lot more smiling with your FOY® Dentures because of all the benefits they offer, such as:

  • Better fit
  • More comfort—no more pinch points from uneven bite points
  • Better function
  • More support
  • Younger appearance:
    • Fewer facial folds
    • Reduced jowls
    • Better defined chin and neck
  • Less likely to encourage loss of jawbone

How do FOY® Dentures accomplish these benefits? Neuromuscular dentistry.

The Neuromuscular Dentistry Advantage

Neuromuscular dentistry is an approach to your mouth not as just your teeth, but as a connected system in which all the parts must work together. When your denture dentist applies this approach to dentures, it means they are designed not just to sit on static gums, but to work as part of a dynamic partnership with your muscles, bones, nerves, and other tissues.

This means that your dentures will be better held in place by your muscles throughout their motion. To accomplish the best partnership, it also means that your dentures are designed to be the same dimension as your natural teeth were during your youth, when your jaw developed to accommodate them.

Making your teeth the same dimension as during your youth restores your face to its youthful proportion and can reduce the appearance of age. And with more stable dentures, your denture dentist can put the artificial teeth further forward to give you fuller lips and cheeks.

Click on the links below to find a denture dentist in your area offering FOY® Dentures.

Altamonte Springs

Michael L. Weinstock, D.D.S.

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Howard Hoffman

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Central Florida Denture Dentists

Central Florida has several retirement enclaves as well, including the counties of Indian River, Martin, Marion, and Lake. In these areas, we might expect about 10% of persons in these areas to need full dentures.


The Villages

Dr. Helene Phoung Ta

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Fort Myers

George A. Hoop, DDS

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Gulf Breeze

Dr. Donald Radomski

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William Nerestant

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Dr. Matthew Holtan

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North Florida Denture Dentists

North Florida has the youngest population of the state of Florida. Compared to the overall population of the state of Florida which has 19% of the population over the age of 65 and a median age of 41, Leon county has about 10% of the population over the age of 65 and a median age of about 30, while Duval County has 11% of the population over the age of 65 and a median age of 36.

Based on national rates of edentulism, we might expect about 7% of the population of north Florida to need full dentures.

Jacksonville Beach

Eccella Smiles

Dentist: Dr. Scott Wagner

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Smile Jacksonville

Dentist: Dr. J. Christopher Williams

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Palm Beach Gardens

David W Yates, DMD

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Ponte Vedra Beach

Keith Blankenship

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Dr. Burr Bakke

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South Florida Denture Dentists

Although not as young as the population of north Florida, South Florida is still younger than the overall average of the state. Miami-Dade County, the most populous in Florida, has a median age of about 38, and about 15% of the population is over the age of 65. We might expect about 8% of the population of south Florida to need full dentures.

However, South Florida has several retirement enclaves, including Charlotte County (the oldest county in the US), Collier County, and Lee County. In these enclaves, we might expect more than 12% of people to need full dentures.

Fort Lauderdale

West Palm Beach

Perrin L Blank, Natalia Tsar, Val Tsur-Tsar

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