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Patients with missing teeth and loose dentures often have great difficulty eating. The biting force of a patient can drop from 150-250 psi with natural teeth, to only 5.6 psi after years of wearing dentures. This can lead to reduced nutrition as the patient is unable to maintain a diet of fresh foods, including fruits and vegetables, and an increased risk of diabetes and obesity, if patients opt for easy-to-chew carbohydrates.

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25th May 2018
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