Everyone wants a great-looking smile, and dentures can provide an outstanding appearance for patients with missing teeth. But dentures do much more than just completing your grin. A set of full or partial dentures can help you retain your ability to eat and speak. In fact, dentures even play a crucial role in preventing bone loss and the resulting facial sagging.
Types of Dentures
As the name suggests, partial dentures are best-suited to patients who still possess some natural teeth. These dentures are removable for cleaning and sleeping, and modern partials are quite comfortable. Our team will take precise measurements of your mouth and ensure that your partials are designed to fit your unique dimensions.
Full dentures replace a whole arch of absent teeth. Dentures that fit correctly should feel comfortable with no slipping or pinching. Our team is committed to making certain that your dentures meet your needs, allowing you to enjoy your favorite meals without fear of slippage or discomfort.
Dentures make it possible for those with missing teeth to feel confident again. For people who find dentures uncomfortable, denture stabilization has become an increasingly popular method of acquiring solid dentures. Denture stabilization is when implants are added in the mouth to keep the dentures firmly in place in the mouth, which makes wearing dentures easier and more comfortable.