What Are Dentures?
If you have lost your natural teeth from periodontal disease, tooth decay or injury, dentures can replace your missing teeth and give you a more natural smile. In turn the support from the dentures may also help combat the sagging of the cheeks and facial muscles in some people. Dentures may also enhance your eating, speaking and communication abilities.
Types Of Dentures – And What Is Involved
Partial dentures to replace multiple missing teeth, which have left you with a “gappy smile” but you have too many teeth remaining for full dentures.
A conventional full denture is made and placed after any remaining teeth are removed and tissues have healed, which may take several months. This is an option for patients suffering from multiple tooth loss, whose remaining teeth are severely damaged. An immediate complete denture is inserted as soon as the remaining teeth are removed.
Whether you go for partial or full dentures, a good fit is essential to ensure that you can eat and speak properly. Our dentists and technicians have years of experience creating and relining natural looking dentures, so make an appointment today and find out how they can help you.
A thorough oral hygiene routine is essential to ensure the longevity and quality of your dentures.
If you are suffering from tooth loss or damage and feel that dentures are the option for you, contact our friendly team to arrange a consultation.
At EVP Dental, we work closely with local highly skilled dental technicians who use the most up to date techniques and technology with the highest quality of dental materials. None of our work is sent to cheaper overseas dental labs.
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