Dentures and Partial Dentures

Today’s dentures are very different than they used to be; they provide a comfortable fit and have a much more natural appearance.

For patients who are missing teeth, dentures are an excellent treatment option.

? Why choose dentures or partials for replacing missing teeth?

Dentures and partials are a cost effective way to replace missing teeth. They restore the patient’s ability to speak clearly, chew food with ease, and smile confidently. Partial dentures are also beneficial because they can help prevent the remaining natural teeth from shifting out of place.

The dentures treatment appointments

Patients can get their dentures immediately after having teeth extracted (immediate dentures), or they can be placed after the gums have healed (conventional dentures).

The process of getting dentures takes place over multiple appointments. You’ll need to have impressions taken of your mouth, and a model will be created to make sure the fit is right. You will also need to make decisions about the shade of your dentures or partial. Then, your dentures will be perfectly crafted to your liking.

The dentures are specially created for each patient in a dental lab. We take molds to get exact measurements to make sure your dentures fit perfectly. Your dentures can also be adjusted if necessary.

Brief history about dentures

The first dentures were created around 700BC. Unlike modern dentures, they were made using actual teeth from humans or animals. In the 1700s, ivory was the main material used until around 1774, when the first porcelain dentures were created. Today’s dentures are created using acrylic materials.

Of course, today’s dentures look much more natural and have a much better fit than in years past!

? What kinds of dentures and partials are available?

There are two types of dentures: complete and partial. Complete dentures are used to replace all of a patient’s teeth, and partial dentures are used when a patient still has some of his or her natural teeth. Complete dentures sit on top of the gums, and bridges are anchored to existing teeth.

If you are missing a single tooth, multiple teeth, or all of your teeth, rest assured that there is a set of complete or partial dentures that will meet your needs. If you have missing teeth, we encourage you to schedule an appointment with our experienced dentist to discuss your options.

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