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If you have missing teeth, dentists in Denver will tell you that you may be at risk for other health problems. Researchers speculate that because people with dentures find it difficult to chew vegetables and fruits, they choose to eat softer, processed foods that are often high in fat and cholesterol. Watch this video to learn about the health effects of missing teeth.

If you wear dentures and find it difficult to chew, consult with your dentist. Fruits and vegetables are high in vitamins that help prevent heart disease and cancer while eating foods in high in fat and cholesterol can contribute to these conditions. The next time you visit the dental office, ask your dentist about staying healthy with missing teeth.