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Have you lost teeth due to decay, age, or gum disease? Our affordable dentures in Burke may be a solution to restore your smile and confidence. Read on to learn more about denture treatment and discover whether it might be right for you.
What Happens During the Dentures Placement Procedure?
The procedure for getting dentures is usually quite straightforward; however, it involves several steps. First, your dentist will evaluate the condition of your teeth and gums, take measurements and create impressions of your mouth. This ensures your dentures will fit inside your mouth properly and that your bite is accurately replicated. If receiving a full denture, your teeth will be extracted and the gums will be allowed time to heal. Your dentist may insert the implants during the same visit if you’re receiving an implant-supported denture. A temporary denture will be provided until your permanent device is completed and can be properly fitted.
What Types of Dentures Can I Receive?
After carefully examining your teeth and gums, your dentist will determine what type of denture treatment is best for you. We currently offer the following options for affordable quality dentures:
Full or Partial Denture
A complete denture, more commonly referred to as a full denture, can replace a full arch of missing teeth. To receive a full denture, your dentist will extract all existing teeth and in the meantime, provide you with a temporary denture to wear as your mouth heals. After the healing process is complete, the full denture will be secured in place. A full denture can either rest on the gums or be anchored in place with implants, depending on your needs. If you’ve retained several healthy teeth, a partial denture may be a good option. This type of denture is attached to supporting teeth, much like a bridge. However, the denture can be removed easily with attached metal clasps.
Flexible Partial Denture
A comfortable alternative to a traditional hard acrylic denture, a flexible partial denture is created with soft, lightweight materials. The pliable, natural-looking denture moves as your mouth moves, and it’s easy to remove and clean.
Implant-supported dentures are securely held in the mouth using two or more implants. This option is best for those who are missing teeth, but have sufficient jawbone remaining. An implant-supported denture is more likely to be used on the lower jaw; the upper jaw often doesn’t require the increased stability that implants provide.
How Much Does a Denture Cost?
Your individual dentures cost will be determined by several factors. These include the condition of your teeth and gums, the type of dentures needed, and the number of follow-up visits required. At your consultation, your dentist will provide you with an estimate of the total charges. Call us now to learn more about our affordable dentures in Burke.
What Are Denture Devices?
Losing teeth can have a profound impact on your quality of life, lowering your confidence and making it more difficult to chew. Fortunately, treatment with a traditional denture or denture implants can help restore your smile. These devices support your facial structure, allowing your mouth to function properly. Let us restore your smile’s brilliance with dentures – call us today to learn more about our affordable quality dentures.
What Is a Soft Reline? Should I Get One?
If you’re suffering from sore spots or pain caused by dentures, a soft denture reline may be right for you. Soft denture relining involves your dentist attaching a fully pliable, easy-to-clean material to the underside of your appliance.
What Are All-on-Four Dentures?
An innovative dental implant technique, all-on-four dentures allow you to restore a full set of teeth using just four dental implants in the bottom jaw. This option provides the convenience of a secure, fixed denture combined with increased biting power. Call us now to learn whether all on four treatment is right for you.