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With dentures in Sun City, the struggle of missing teeth can be a thing of the past. These completely personalized appliances can help you regain your smile’s radiance and help you restore your confidence.
What is the Procedure for Receiving Dentures?
Deciding to get dentures can be an important step in restoring your dental health. At your first appointment, one of our skilled dentists will examine your smile and bite and decide whether a denture is a good choice for you. If so, impressions and measurements may be taken in order to create a template for your appliance. Preliminary dental treatment, such as tooth extractions or implant surgery, may be required depending on the type of appliance chosen. While your mouth recovers, you may receive a temporary denture to wear. After the healing process has taken place, your permanent device will be fitted and adjusted for comfort.
What Are the Different Styles of Dentures?
Our dentists work with patients of all ages to find effective restorative solutions. Call us now to learn about the affordable quality dentures provided by our office.
Full or Partial Dentures
Dentists often recommend a full denture when you have extensive tooth loss or multiple damaged teeth. These devices can replace an entire arch of teeth and the surrounding tissue. When receiving a traditional full denture, the appliance rests on the gum line; however, full dentures can also be fixed in place using dental implants. If there are any teeth remaining, they will need to be removed before your final full denture arrives.
Partial dentures are best for those who are only missing a few teeth in one area of the mouth. These bridge-like devices use a clasp system to stay attached to the supporting teeth. Like a removable full denture, a partial can be removed for cleaning.
Flexible Partial Denture
Many denture wearers worry about their device being visible when speaking or smiling. Flexible partials are virtually invisible when worn, allowing you to replace your teeth discreetly. These appliances are made with a comfortable, flexible material and use gum-colored clasps to remain in place.
If you’re looking for a denture option that requires no adhesive, consider an implant-supported denture. These dental devices are held in place using two or four dental implants. Dentists typically recommend this type of denture for those who have sufficient bone remaining in their jaws. Implant-supported dentures also are ideal for lower dentures because of their stability.
What Do Dentures Cost?
Dentures in Sun City are fully customized to resolve each patient’s dental challenges. Because of this, the cost of a denture procedure will vary from patient to patient. The style of denture selected, the items used to craft the appliance, and the preliminary dental services needed will determine your charges.
What is a Denture?
A denture is a completely personalized dental appliance that replaces one or more missing teeth. Removable dentures feature a row of pontic teeth fastened to a titanium frame, while fixed dentures use dental implants to remain secure. At our office, we use durable materials like acrylic, metal, and porcelain to create our affordable quality dentures. Call us now to create your brand-new smile.
Why Would Denture Patients Need a Soft Denture Reline?
Wearing a denture daily can sometimes cause sore spots to develop on the gums. If your denture has become difficult to wear, a soft reline from our dentists can help. One of our dentists will resurface your appliance with a pliable material that remains comfortable for approximately two years. Please give us a call to find out more about this cost-effective procedure.
What Are All-On-Four Dentures?
The All-on-Four dentures technique offers a unique approach to denture implants. During this procedure, a dentist inserts four implants into the lower jaw, which serve as the support for the denture. People with All-on-Four dental appliances often benefit from increased chewing power and a stable hold.