Complete & Partial Dentures

Complete and Partial Dentures

Dentures and partial dentures continue to be a popular choice for replacing missing teeth, particularly when several or all of your teeth are missing. They are affordable and often covered by dental insurance, which helps to increase their appeal.

Implant Supported Denture - Before
Implant Supported Denture - After

The Modern Denture Difference

We know that looking good is an important part of feeling good. It’s hard to feel confident if you are missing a lot of teeth, and you may feel hesitant to talk about dentures if you remember the dentures your parents or grandparents used to wear.

Modern dentures made using up-to-date materials and techniques look attractive, natural and fit much more securely than dentures used to. Your dentures will be carefully designed with your coloration and facial structure in mind. Each tooth will be individually crafted and placed in the base to allow for the subtle variation that develops naturally in teeth. Our goal is to create dentures that look so lifelike, nobody will ever know your secret.

Caring for Dentures

Dentures do require a little extra care to keep them clean and in good shape, but once you develop a routine, you’ll find that caring for your new dentures has very little impact on your day-to-day life.

Dentures should be brushed daily using a brush and cleanser designed specifically for them. Regular toothbrushes and toothpastes are too abrasive to be used on dentures.

Your dentures are designed to be durable, but they are vulnerable to heat and drying out. Wash and rinse your dentures using lukewarm water, and when they are out of your mouth, keep them in a small tub of water.

Dentist showing teeth dentures to a patient