Dentures and Partials

If you are missing several—or even all—of your teeth, you don’t need us to tell you about the difficulties that may result. We want to tell you about a great opportunity for healing both your smile and your bite.

Dentures have been a mainstay in dental practices for hundreds of years. While some of the older structures, such as George Washington’s famous teeth, may look a bit scary, modern dentures are sleek, streamlined, and completely customized to your individual mouth.

With a set of our latest high-quality dentures, you’ll be able to eat with ease, speak clearly, and smile brightly once again.

Types of Dentures

There are many different kinds of dentures, all created to suit a myriad of patient needs. When you come in for a consultation, we’ll be sure to recommend a customized denture solution best suited to your individual health and requirements.

There are two main categories of dentures: conventional and implant-supported. Conventional dentures sit atop the gums and are removable. Implant-supported dentures are fixed to the jawbone with dental implants. Implants are a safe and effective way to reinforce dentures without putting the jawbone through too much stress.

Both styles of dentures can be made into a complete set or a partial denture, depending on your teeth and your individual needs.

Benefits of Dentures

Dentures come with many health and cosmetic benefits, including:

  • A complete face and smile: Significant tooth loss can cause the face and cheeks to appear sunken. Dentures will keep your face looking full and healthy.
  • Full functionality of the mouth restored: Having a full set of teeth means being able to eat what you want and speak without impediment.
  • Greater self-confidence: Few things do more for our self-image than straight, beautiful teeth. Dentures will improve your interactions with family, friends, and coworkers and help you feel better about yourself!

To learn more about how dentures can change your life, give our office a call.

Learn More About Dentures

If you are missing most or all of your teeth, dentures may just be the answer for you. For any and all questions about dentures or restorative dentistry, don’t hesitate to call our office!

Before & Afters

Removable Partial Dentures
Complete Dentures: Loss of Bone and Facial Support Occurs with the Loss of Teeth
Loss of Bone Following Removal of Teeth
Complete Dentures:
Removable Partial Denture as a Temporary Space Filler
Removable Partial Denture as a Temporary Space Filler
Upper Implant Retained Overdenture
Upper Implant Retained Overdenture (Lower)
Single Implant Attachments vs. Bar Overdenture
Spark-Erosion Implant-Retained Overdenture
Spark-Erosion Implant-Retained Overdenture (continued)
Mini Implant Overdenture
Implant-Retained Overdentures (Upper)