Your smile is an important part of your life

Your smile is an important part of your life, and we understand loss of teeth can cause embarrassment and difficulty with eating and speaking. As part of our restorative services, we proudly offer full and partial dentures made from high quality materials, comfortably designed to complement your appearance and restore comfortable, reliable dental function. Whether you need full or partial dentures, your dentist will begin by taking impressions of your gums. The impressions are like blueprints, which we send to a state-of-the-art dental lab for your custom-made dentures to be designed.

Dentures with smile

Who Needs Dentures?

If you are experiencing loss of teeth, loss of dental function, and loss of confidence, dentures can help restore what’s missing. Full and partial dentures are an ideal solution for patients who are missing several teeth, an entire row of teeth, or even all of their teeth.

Benefits of Wearing a Full or Partial Denture

Full and partial dentures are cost-effective, non-invasive, and can restore your smile, as well as:

  • Improve your overall appearance and boost your confidence
  • Improve your dental function so you can bite, chew, and speak more effectively
  • Give your lips and cheeks a fuller, more youthful appearance
  • Prevent remaining teeth from wearing down or shifting/drifting out of alignment

About Partials

Partial dentures are an affordable option to fill in gaps between healthy teeth. A partial is connected by inconspicuous metal clasps for easy removal. This type of denture is designed with a smooth, gum-colored plastic base and porcelain synthetic teeth to complement the natural look of your smile.

About Full Dentures

As with partial dentures, full dentures are designed by highly trained lab technicians and ceramists to ensure a natural appearance for your smile. Full dentures are an excellent option if you are missing all of your teeth on the upper and/or lower jaw. Your custom-made denture will rest securely on your gums and be held in place with special adhesive, but can be easily removed for cleaning each night. Note that upper, full palate dentures may be secured by suction, rather than adhesive, if you prefer.

About Implant Dentures

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Have Dentures without the worries of them falling out. Implants are placed in the jawbone of your mouth because there tends to be more bone in the front of the jaw than in the back. This will happen even if teeth have been missing for some time. Once you lose teeth, you begin to lose bone in the area. Also, the front jaw doesn’t have many nerves or other structures that could interfere with the placement of implants.

The time frame to complete the implant can depend on the number of teeth implanted. The shortest time frame is about three months in the lower jaw and seven months in the upper jaw. This includes surgeries and the placement of the denture. However, the process can last a year or more, especially if you need bone grafting or other preliminary procedures.

Two surgeries usually are needed. The first one places the implants in the jawbone under your gums. The second surgery exposes the tops of the implants. The second procedure comes three to six months after the first. A one-stage procedure is now used sometimes. In this procedure, your dentist can place the implants and the supporting bar in one step. The success rate of this procedure is high.

Schedule Your Consultation Today!

Your smile is important to us, and we look forward to helping improve your quality of life with full or partial dentures. Contact the nearest Value Dental Center to schedule your appointment today.

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