Dentures

If you have missing teeth, you have likely considered dentures.

Dentures are a set of replacement teeth that are removable. Dentures will take a little time to feel comfortable. But they will improve your quality of life – as they will restore your confidence and the function to your smile.

Two types of dentures are used – complete and partial dentures. When all your teeth are missing, we provide a complete denture. When some of your natural teeth remain, you will need a partial denture.

Dentures can benefit people of all ages who have missing teeth. However, some patients may want a life-like replacement for missing teeth – either dental implants or implant-supported dentures.

Patients who choose dental implants have the greatest satisfaction, as they more closely resemble the feel, look and function of natural teeth.

Implant Supported Dentures

An implant supported denture – also known as a denture implant – is a denture secured in place by four or more dental implants.

Implant-supported dentures are typically made for the lower jaw because traditional dentures tend to be less stable in this area.

A denture can be made to fit an upper jaw, but patients may not like the feel across the roof of the mouth. Some don’t like using a denture adhesive. We can create a denture implant for either the upper or lower jaw that best fits your needs.

Benefits of Denture Implants

  • Implant-supported dentures tend to fit than a removable denture
  • Denture implants improve your speech more, and there’s no worry about the denture becoming loose.
  • A denture implant allows you to eat foods that are not normally possible with a removable denture.

Teeth In A Day

The name, “Teeth In A Day” describes the procedure perfectly. We are able to remove all natural teeth and replace them in the same day. For people who wish to take care of their missing teeth quickly, this is an excellent option.

We will first remove the decayed or badly damaged teeth under sedation. Your dental implants will be surgically positioned in the mouth and fixed dentures will be attached. Only a dentist can remove this type of denture.

For patients who choose Teeth In A Day, this technique provides greater quality of life than they had with natural teeth.

Is it time for you to take first steps to replace missing teeth? Contact us for a FREE consultation to learn more about your options. Enjoy your life now!

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