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Life Is Too Long for Bad Dentures

People are always saying “life is too short for” something. “Life is too short to spend living somebody else’s dream.” or “Life is too short to cry for anything.” But the truth is life is too long for anything that is going to give you a bad experience day in and day out, and that includes your dentures.

We Are Living Longer Than Ever

In the neolithic period, the average life expectancy of a human being was about 25 years. Only about 1 in 7 lived past the age of 35. Today about 1 in 8 Americans is over the age of 65, and people who have reached that age may have what our ancestors would have considered another lifetime before them. At age 65, the life expectancy is nearly 20 years.

This is an important perspective if you are among the 1 in 4 Americans at this age who has lost your teeth and are considering dentures. You aren’t making a choice for some short-term or temporary solution: you are making a choice that you will have to live with for essentially a lifetime. The obvious choice is to invest in better dentures to give you a richer, fuller life.

Dentures for Life

FOY® Dentures are dentures that are designed for living. They are designed to help improve your bite, allowing you to eat more of the foods you have loved all your life–and all the ones you haven’t yet had the pleasure of trying. They are designed to give you better strength, endurance, and balance so you can maintain a more active lifestyle.

And they’re designed to help you look better. Not only do they have a better proportioned smile, but they also provide more support to your face and jaw to reduce the appearance of jowls, wrinkling, and facial folds. This will give you the confidence to maintain or renew your social life and continue to enjoy the company of friends, family, and more at any age.

They may call these our sunset years, but each of us can sail beyond the sunset to find that untraveled world of our third–or fourth or fifth–lifetime rich with joy and experience.

To learn how FOY® Dentures can help you enjoy this new lifetime, please contact a local FOY® Dentures dentist today.

By |September 18th, 2014|Uncategorized|

About the Author:

This post was written by Rod Strickland. Dr. Strickland is a dentist in Savannah, GA. He is the inventor of the Denture Fountain of Youth® technique.