Partial and Full Denture
Regain your confidence with a renewed smile!
What are dentures?
Despite your best efforts, age, disease, or injury can contribute to tooth loss. Without a complete smile, you may experience some limitations. Dentures (or false teeth) are replacements for missing teeth. Made from quality materials and designed for an optimal fit, modern dentures restore confidence and reliable oral function.
What is the difference between partial and full dentures?
Partial dentures fit like a puzzle with your existing teeth and are for people who have just a few missing teeth. Full dentures consist of prosthetic teeth attached to a gum-colored base for people who are missing all of their teeth on the top, bottom or both.
How long does the treatment take?
Two appointments are generally required for partial and/or full dentures.
During your first visit, your dentist will use an intraoral scanner to conveniently scan the teeth to get 3D impression of your mouth. In some cases, we may need to take impressions using the conventional impression technique. The imaging or conventional impression will then be used to create your denture(s).
During your second appointment your new dentures will be carefully fitted. We will make any necessary adjustments to ensure the perfect fit.
You may experience an adjustment period with your first set of dentures, but after a short time, you’ll feel good as new. Plan to attend routine appointments so that we can keep your prosthetic in good shape. Continue regular gum care and daily denture care to ensure the best results with your prosthetic.