What are partial and complete dentures?
Dentures are prosthetic teeth supported by your gum or remaining teeth to help regain loss of function and facial aesthetic. Complete dentures replace an entire upper or lower arch, while partial dentures replaces only the teeth that are missing, using suitable remaining teeth as support. Either way, dentures are removable devices meant to be taken out regularly for maintenance and cleaning. When properly designed, they allow the wearer to enjoy food they previously could not. Additionally, issues with pronunciation and speech caused by loss of teeth may be resolved. Dentures can also improve one’s facial structure by supporting collapsed lips and cheeks.
Why visit Smiles on Queen
Dentures are custom made to suit a patient’s mouth. It requires extensive skill and patience to come up with dentures that fit comfortably and appear naturally on a patient’s mouth. At Smiles on Queen, we have the skill and passion to give you a beautiful and natural looking smile. We understand how poorly designed dentures can be uncomfortable to wear and even damage the gums and bones, causing additional dental problems. That’s why we take the time to design dentures using high quality acrylic and metal that fit perfectly in your mouth.
Multiple try-in and fittings appointments during the design process ensures the removable partial denture meets the patient’s exact needs. Our dentures will not only restore your smile but also help in restore loss of function pronunciation problems caused by missing teeth.
After the initial consultation at Smiles on Queen, your dentist will determine the best treatment plan and the right denture for you. Visit us today to discover your options.
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Are you a good candidate for dentures?
When you visit Smiles on Queen, your dentist will evaluate your oral condition to determine what prosthetic solution is best suited for you. Typically, dentures are recommended for those who have lost some or all teeth and is looking for a minimally invasive solution without surgery, or something removable that allows you to take it out as needed. Quick, temporary removable teeth could also be fabricated in instances where you wish to have a prosthesis ready prior to having a tooth extracted. If you have lost all your teeth, our dentist may recommend complete dentures. If you have some healthy teeth remaining, you may get partial dentures to restore your smile. The dentist has to take into account certain personal and medical factors which he/she will discuss with you.