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A denture is a replacement for missing teeth that you can take out of your mouth and put back in. If you have missing teeth or teeth that are weakened, having them replaced with a denture can dramatically enhance your looks and even your quality of life. Affordable quality dentures offer many benefits, including helping you speak clearly and comfortably.
These days, patients aren’t limited to just one type of denture. There are many types of affordable quality dentures that you and your dentist can choose from to meet your needs.
A full denture is what’s used when a patient needs to replace an entire arch of teeth on the upper or lower jaw. A partial denture is chosen when only some of the teeth are missing. In some cases, a patient may use both a partial and a full denture.
For a denture that can be more comfortable than the traditional partial denture with its rigid metal base, flexible partial dentures are an option. This type of denture typically attaches to the gum through suction and doesn’t require metal clasps secured to the surrounding teeth. That way, the flexible denture is less visually distinct than a traditional partial denture.
It’s not unusual that patients with a conventional bottom denture might experience some problems with their denture shifting out of place. To fix that issue, dentists often recommend an implant-supported denture. This removable, full denture is held in place by dental implants, which are anchored into the jaw.
All-on-Four® dentures is a term that’s used to describe the technique of permanently installing a full denture using only four dental implants. This technique benefits patients by saving them time, money and even discomfort when compared to a traditional full mouth reconstruction that uses up to 20 dental implants.
Regardless of the type of denture you are getting, the dentist will take careful measurements and impressions of your gums and teeth to ensure a custom denture fit. The dentist will also record other aspects of your smile, including the color of your gums and teeth. The result should be a denture that closely matches or improves upon your natural dental appearance.
For patients who are getting an implant-supported denture, the implant procedures will have to be done first. After healing, you’ll visit the dentist’s office for a denture fitting with adjustments if they’re needed.
Every patient will have their own customized treatment plan, so the cost for one patient’s denture will be different than another patients’. To find out exactly what your anticipated denture price will be, it’s best to visit us for a consultation. Then, we can give you a detailed estimate based on the type of denture you choose and the amount of preparatory work that’s needed.
If the underside of your denture has started to feel less comfortable over time, it’s probably time to get it relined. Ask your dentist about a soft denture reline. This procedure refreshes the underside of your denture with a new, soft impression of your gum for a more comfortable fit.
Are you searching for a dentist to help you obtain dentures in North Point that are aesthetically appealing and a pleasure to wear? If so, please call our office today to get started on your new smile.