Get Back Your Smile And Your Life With Dentures
There are a lot of reasons you might consider the best dentures to buy rather than using dental implants to replace your teeth. Perhaps your gums aren’t optimal for an dental implant procedure. Maybe you find the cost of dental implants more than you can budget for right now. Either way, you can get a beautiful full-mouth reconstruction or partial reconstruction without implants.
Whether you need your entire mouth of teeth replaced, just one arch, or just a few teeth, we have a dentures option for you.
Dental implants are great when you only have one tooth missing, but they’re not practical if you are missing a lot of teeth. Instead, you can get modern dentures. These come in two version. Full dentures replace all the teeth on the top or bottom of your mouth, but partial dentures are perfect for when you need to replace a few teeth in a row.
If you’re worried about your dentures falling out unexpectedly, Dr. Miller can help. You can get implant-secured dentures or the patented All-on-4™ dental implants. Both feature beautiful replacement teeth along with implants that hold them securely in your mouth.
Full Arch Dentures
A full arch denture is a removable tooth replacement option for those who need all their teeth replaced. They can be crafted to provide the characteristics (tooth shape and color) the patient desires. Advances have been made in the materials used for dentures and in the way they are designed. If you already have dentures (partial or full arch) you may be experiencing a loose fit or denture slipping. This can lead to gum sores, can affect your chewing and your speech and decrease your confidence when speaking and/or laughing with others. We can help restore your dentures to the correct fit.
Removable partial dentures are composed of a metal framework with plastic teeth and gum areas. The framework includes metal clasps or other attachments, which hold the denture in place. Partial dentures are removed easily for cleaning.
Clasps are C-shaped, I-shaped, and Y-shaped parts of the denture framework that fit around neighboring natural teeth. These teeth may require shaping to help hold the clasps and keep the denture securely in place.
Implant Supported Dentures
This implant technique, is the optimal solution for those who have lost or are about to lose all of their upper and/or lower teeth. It's a procedure that comes closest to having a new set of permanent teeth.
Temporary or interim appliances serve many useful purposes and are often an integral part of a prosthetic treatment plan. These appliances can be designed to be either fixed or removable. This simple appliance is excellent for temporary replacement of front teeth while the patient is waiting for a permanent bridge, a partial, or implants. This removable interim bridge is made of a clear vacuum-formed material. The appliance simply snaps into place.
Get back your smile and your life with dentures.
You deserve thoughtful, comprehensive dental care. If the tried-and-true method of dentures is what’s best for replacing your missing teeth, that’s what we’ll suggest. You can gain a lot by getting a new set of teeth:
- A younger-looking appearance.
- Restoring up to 90 % of chewing power provided by natural teeth.
- Elevated self-esteem and better well-being.