Dentures From Your Dentist in Bradenton
When you lose one or more teeth, full or partial dentures may be your ideal option for restoring your smile. Custom-made tooth/teeth replacements that can be removed and put back in your mouth as needed, dentures are made to closely match your natural teeth in their appearance.
What benefits do dentures offer?
Made from high-quality materials, full and partial dentures can help you regain your confidence and improve your quality of life by restoring your chewing ability, enhancing your speech clarity, increasing your smiling and speaking confidence, and rejuvenating facial volume that’s lost following tooth extraction.
What’s the difference between full and partial dentures?
Full dentures are used when all of the teeth in your upper or lower jaw need to be replaced. Partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain.
What’s involved with having dentures created?
If you are considering full or partial dentures, your first step should be to call our office to discuss your unique oral health needs and goals. Once it is determined that dentures are an option for you, we’ll take impressions of your teeth and jaw, which will be used to create your custom denture(s). Please keep in mind that you may need to visit us a few times during the denture-making process to ensure that your final dentures fit well and look great.
How should dentures be cared for?
As with your natural teeth, dentures should be carefully brushed at least twice each day. Patients who wear partial dentures should also be diligent about thoroughly cleaning their denture and flossing and brushing their remaining natural teeth to prevent the formation of decay in nearby teeth. It’s also vital that patients who wear dentures clean their gums daily with a clean and damp washcloth.
Wondering if dentures are right for you? Call our office today to discuss the possibilities!
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- Restore chewing and speaking function
- Rejuvenate your smiling confidence
- Improve your nutritional intake
- Restore lost facial volume at the extraction site(s)
- Prioritize your oral health!