DENTURES, FULL, PARTIAL, AND IMPLANT
Dentures are removable prosthetic devices that are used to replace teeth that have been lost. They’re held in place by the soft and firm tissues of the oral cavity.
COMPLETE DENTURES / FULL DENTURES
A full denture, sometimes known as a complete denture, is a removable appliance that replaces all of the natural teeth while also supporting the cheeks and lips. Dentures maintain drooping facial muscles while also improving a person’s ability to communicate and eat by replacing lost teeth. Full dentures are categorized into two kinds based on when they are created and implanted into the mouth: conventional and instantaneous.
SUPPORTED IMPLANT DENTURES
Dentures that are implant-supported are dentures that are secured to dental implants for improved comfort and stability. We provide both detachable implant-supported dentures that may be readily removed for cleaning and fixed implant-supported dentures that are more stable.
PARTIAL DENTURES THAT CAN BE REMOVED
A removable partial denture fills in the gaps left by missing teeth, making your smile more complete. Replacement teeth are commonly affixed to pink or gum-colored plastic bases, which are connected by a metal framework, and adhere to your original teeth by metal clasps or precision attachments. Precision attachments are practically unnoticeable, although they typically necessitate crowns on natural teeth for an exact fit, and they are generally more expensive than metal clasps.
RELINES AND REPAIRS FOR DENTURES
We perform relines and most repairs in-house. We may send more intricate repairs to a nearby dental lab for the fastest and most efficient service.
STABILIZATION OF DENTURES
To keep your dentures in place, we propose dental implants. The bigger the number of implants used, the more stable the procedure. We can also remove the upper palate material that covers the roof of the mouth with many implants per arch, which increases the capacity to taste food, reduces gag reflex, and, in certain cases, improves the ability to talk or sing.
Make an appointment with us today to discuss your choices for long-term rehabilitative services.