Comfortable, Custom-Fit Dentures
The loss of a single tooth can affect many aspects of a patient’s smile, including its attractiveness, function, and long-term health. Full dentures and partial dentures both succeed in providing patients with cost-effective and convenient solutions. We custom-tailor all of our dentures to fit comfortably, look aesthetically natural, and improve oral function. Our personalized treatment means that your full or partial dentures are color-matched, custom-fit, and highly comfortable during everyday functions. Opting for partial or full dentures can help your smile return to better functioning and attractiveness after tooth loss!
Feel Confident and Comfortable in Your Smile
Full dentures and partial dentures let you improve your smile without the need for costly and extensive dental work. With modern solutions at our office, your smile can be improved with restorations that look and feel natural. Both full dentures and partial dentures can provide patients missing any number of teeth with the improvements they need to feel confident and comfortable in their smiles.
Full dentures replace an entire arch of missing teeth. They rely on both natural suction and pastes or adhesives to remain in place. Modern dentures can improve basic biting and chewing function and add aesthetics to the smile, without appearing bulky or unnatural. They can successfully relieve the social and physical discomfort associated with missing teeth.
Partial dentures replace one or more missing teeth and are attached snugly to remaining teeth. Modern partial dentures are lifelike and created to blend in with existing gum and tooth color for a more seamless smile. They must be removed for cleaning, but partial dentures can successfully keep existing teeth from shifting and improve biting and chewing power.
Restore Stability with Implant Supported Dentures
Some patients come to us interested in a more stable alternative to removable dentures. For those missing all their teeth, implant supported dentures can be a viable solution. With this option, two or more dental implants are surgically inserted into the jaw bone. Once fused in place, dental implants are as strong as healthy tooth roots and help to anchor a denture or prosthesis in place. This adds both strength and stability to your bite, eliminating gum irritation, adhesives and pastes, and denture movement as you eat, speak, laugh, and smile.