Dentures

Because dentures are used when a person is missing most or all of their natural teeth, it’s important that you have a reliable solution that looks natural and offers outstanding performance.

Dentures

Dentures are used when a person is missing all or most of their natural teeth. This could be the result of an injury or declining oral health. Dentures are a great way to still enjoy the benefits that come with health and natural teeth like chewing with ease. They are easy to use and offer a fast and effective solution to overcoming severe tooth loss.

Dentures are prosthetic teeth secured to a gum-colored base. They can be secured with or without dental implants, it’s best to visit with us to discuss all available options and determine the best solution for your needs.

A set of full dentures and a set of partial dentures laying on a white background

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  • What are partial dentures?

    Whether you’ve lost one tooth or many, chewing and smiling can become more difficult because of the gaps left behind. Partial dentures are an economical solution to replace the missing teeth and fill in the spaces, improving chewing ability and the confidence to smile. A partial denture in place will also help keep your natural teeth from shifting, lowering the risk of losing those teeth in the future.

    Most partial dentures contain a thin metal framework that is designed to rest close to your gums and allow for a smooth, non-bulky feel. The framework is supported by your natural teeth to provide a reliable, secure appliance that is easy to use. Where teeth are missing, natural-looking replacement teeth are attached to the frame, and gum-colored acrylic is used to make the appliance blend with your mouth. Again, your mouth and your needs are unique, and your dentist will work with skilled technicians to create a solution that is comfortable and esthetic.

    With advances in technology, implants can also be used to support removable partial dentures, improving the fit while reducing the size of the appliance. Dentures inherently bring some challenges, especially to new wearers. Our goal is to minimize the everyday frustrations to the lowest level possible.

    We look forward to discussing your options to make your mouth full again and to give you back a confident, glowing smile!

  • What are full dentures?

    Sometimes dental conditions, such as tooth decay or gum disease, can become unmanageable. This may lead to the decision to remove your remaining teeth on one or both jaws. Regardless of the case, full dentures are an economical and efficient way to restore your function and smile.

    A complete denture consists of a thin acrylic base that rests on the gum tissue and is the same color as your gums. Porcelain or acrylic replacement teeth built into the base give the appearance of natural teeth emerging from the gums. We know that your smile is unique, and our staff has the experience to help you select the teeth that appear most natural and harmonious in your smile. This gives you the option to customize the way you look, whether you want a “new” smile or just want to restore the one you had.

    While dentures boast a long history of successful use, modern technology offers better options to enhance the way they fit and the way you look. In many cases, dentures can be secured more firmly to your jaw with the use of dental implants, placed in the jaw and connected under the base of the denture. This connection can be designed to create permanent fixation of the denture or to allow for its removal at times. In addition to having greater retention and a more natural look, implant-supported dentures tend to last longer. Your dentist can discuss these options and help you understand the ways they can improve your experience with dentures.

  • What is a full mouth extraction?

    Full mouth extraction, also known as tooth extraction, involves removing many teeth at one time. Your dental team will carefully remove all of your natural teeth using advanced tools and techniques.

    You may decide to undergo full mouth extraction for numerous reasons. The most common is to improve the quality of life by eliminating pain and discomfort and to remove infected or badly decayed teeth so you can improve your ability to chew and talk by replacing missing teeth with dentures or implants.

    An FME typically requires several appointments. Your dentist will perform novocaine injections to numb up your gums, as well as provide an anesthetic with a needle in your mouth. He’ll then use special tools to grasp each tooth and remove it.

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