Dentures and Partials
Dentures are a type of false teeth that are made to replace decaying teeth or teeth that you have already lost. Decayed or missing teeth are not only a cosmetic issue but a health concern as well. Dentures have come a long way and are now more comfortable and functional than ever before. They are constructed of natural-looking materials that are made to resemble your teeth and gums.
Though they will take some getting used to, we will give you tips and suggestions for getting accustomed to your new dentures. You may experience tender or swollen gums. This is normal at the beginning as your mouth gets used to the dentures. Though dentures are a permanent solution to tooth loss, over time, your mouth may shift and change, requiring adjustments or repairs to be made to your dentures. We will help you to deal with any adjustment and replacement issues.
Giving you the beautiful smile you deserve is our number one priority.
Types of Dentures
Complete dentures are used to replace a full set of teeth and cover your entire jaw.
Partial dentures attach to nearby teeth and are made to replace a small number of missing teeth.
Reasons for Dentures
Replace missing teeth
Improve biting, chewing, and speaking ability
Keep remaining teeth from moving or shifting
Help maintain facial shape and structure
Enhance your smile