Understanding the Different Types of Dentures
If you are missing teeth, your dentist may recommend removable appliances called dentures to restore the cosmetic appearance and health of your smile. Depending on the number of missing teeth and the health of your surrounding jaw bone, mini or traditional dental implants can help secure your new teeth. Read on to take a look at the different kinds of dentures available today.
Dentures are used to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissues for functional and aesthetic reasons. Removable partial dentures usually consist of replacement teeth that are attached to gum-colored plastic bases and are connected by a metal framework. Partial dentures can be attached with metal clasps or precision attachments, and many patients opt for crowns to improve the fit of a removable partial denture.
Your dentist may recommend immediate dentures if you have very few or no remaining teeth in your mouth and prefer to have dentures right away. During your first visit, your dentist will take measurements and make a model of your jaw. After your customized dentures have been created, your dentist will remove any remaining teeth and install complete dentures to cover the upper jaw, lower jaw, or both.
Fountain of Youth Dentures
Do you want customized dentures that no one will be able to tell that you’re wearing? Fountain of Youth Dentures rely on the latest dental technology to replicate and even improve upon the natural look of your teeth. Facelift dentures may be secured with dental implants and offer superior comfort, function, and cosmetic appearance. If you want a confident, white smile, ask your cosmetic dentist about facelift dentures.
The experienced dentists at Sanford Dental Excellence are committed to making the dental implant and facelift denture procedure as comfortable as possible so you can restore the health and aesthetic appearance of your smile. To learn more about sedation dentistry and your cosmetic options, check out our special offers at our website or call our Lake Mary office today at (407) 268-6409 to schedule a consultation.