Dentures & Partials An Overview
Missing teeth can make eating and speaking a difficult task. They can also be very embarrassing and make you look much older than you are. Replacing missing teeth promptly and effectively can help you avoid the onset of additional dental problems and changes in the fit of the bite. Dentures and partials are traditional treatment options that offer patients a long term solution for missing teeth. Having dentures or partials can restore the function and beauty of your smile, giving you back the confidence you need and the ability to eat and speak without difficulty.
Today’s cosmetic dentures are far superior to traditional dentures or false teeth. Plano, TX dentist Dr. Jacob Grapevine takes time to meet with you and perform a comprehensive evaluation. Your cosmetic dentures will be designed to fit comfortably and look and feel like natural teeth. Dr. Grapevine will design full or partial dentures to fit your needs and have them crafted by expert ceramists at a trusted dental laboratory.
Dental Implant Supported Dentures
Dr. Grapevine also offers dental implant-supported dentures, a permanent and effective way to replace all of your teeth. Denture implants offer more comfortable and lasting results when all of the top or bottom teeth are lost. They are more durable and offer so many more benefits when compared to removable dentures. Many patients struggle with traditional dentures that slip around in their mouth leading to embarrassing situations. There is no risk of slippage and patients experience better bone retention with the dental implant procedure. They allow patients to enjoy a diet without restriction and can help patients feel more confident in their smile. They also eliminate the need for glues, adhesives, soaks or rinses. Patients who choose dental implant supported dentures are able to enjoy the foods that they love and can speak comfortably.
Depending on your specific case, Dr. Grapevine will select porcelain dentures or resin dentures to attach to the dental implants. Though some special care is required for implant supported dentures, it is far less than with traditional removable dentures. Implant supported dentures use as few as two to four surgically placed dental implants to anchor the denture in place.