Even though your teeth are small, they play a big part in your daily life. If you’re missing most or all your pearly whites, activities like eating, speaking, staying healthy, and feeling confident can all become overwhelmingly difficult. Thankfully, our team here at Glendale Dental Wellness Center can help you get your complete smile back quickly and easily with custom-made dentures! These classic restorations are now more comfortable, durable, and lifelike than ever before, and they can help you feel confident about your smile once again. Give us a call today to schedule your denture consultation!
One of the most popular benefits of dentures is that nearly any adult with moderate to severe tooth loss can be a good candidate. When you come visit us for a denture consultation, we’ll discuss your smile goals with you and take a look at your mouth. Issues like tooth decay, dental infections, and gum disease can get significantly worse if left untreated, so if any of these problems are present, we’ll work with you to address them before fitting you with dentures.
We’re proud to craft our dentures out of the highest quality materials for optimal aesthetics and durability. Depending on your unique needs and preferences, we may recommend one of the following types of dentures:
Partial dentures are a solution for patients missing many teeth, but who still have some healthy teeth remaining. This type of denture fits around and between the teeth to complete your smile seamlessly like a puzzle piece. Small metal clasps wrap around your natural tooth structure to keep partial dentures in place.
For patients missing all their natural teeth, dentures are a great solution. A gum-colored acrylic base is set with a full arch of custom-made replacement teeth. Its precise design creates a strong natural suction with your gums, securing it in place as you go about your day.
Alternatively, you can pair your partial or full denture with dental implants for the best results possible. These dentures are anchored directly into the jawbone with small metal posts called dental implants to offer unmatched stability and function. We’ll discuss your candidacy for implant dentures during your consultation.
Dentures continue to be a popular choice for those missing most or all their teeth, and it’s easy to see why! This reliable tooth replacement option offers benefits like: