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High-Quality Dentures

Complete dentures in waterTooth loss can make it difficult to take a bite out of life, but it doesn’t have to when you choose quality dentures in Montgomeryville. With natural-looking materials and modern tools and techniques, we can help you continue to eat, speak, and smile with full confidence -- even after substantial tooth loss! Our team is pleased to provide this excellent restorative option for patients of Dental Innovations.

Full and Partial Dentures for Tooth Loss

Portrait of an older man in whiteThere are a few different options in dentures that can help us tailor your new teeth to suit your specific needs. First of all, a denture can be full or partial, depending on the extent of your tooth loss. Just like the name implies, a full (or complete) denture is the best choice for total tooth loss. When some natural teeth still remain, a partial denture fills in the gaps like a missing puzzle piece.

The denture can also be fixed or removable. This option will depend on your oral health and your preference. If you are able to undergo the procedure for dental implants and have enough in the budget for the procedure, an implant-retained denture offers superior stability. The denture will rest on sturdy implant posts that have been placed beneath the jaw. When dental implants are not the best choice, the denture can still stay secure either through natural suction or with brackets affixed to the remaining teeth.

The Many Benefits of Dentures

Modern dentures offer a lot for patients who have lost a significant number of teeth. Some of the most considerable benefits of this tooth replacement option include:

Are Dentures Right for You?

Implant DenturesJust about anyone who has experienced a significant amount of tooth loss (usually four or more teeth) can benefit from a complete or partial denture. If you are in reasonably good health, implant dentures may be a good option for you. But, whatever the best method of tooth replacement is for your specific case, we will help to identify the solution that will serve your smile best.

Dentures FAQs

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Are you ready to rebuild your smile? Our team at Dental Innovations would love to help! If you have a few questions you would like answered before committing to dentures in Montgomeryville, we encourage you to schedule an appointment with our knowledgeable team. On the other hand, if you would like more information before contacting us, we have listed a few frequently asked questions below.

How Long Do Dentures Last?

Whether you are interested in replacing one tooth or an entire arch of teeth, knowing how long each tooth replacement solution can last will help you make the decision on which is right for you. Typically, dentures can last between five and seven years. However, you can prolong their lifespan with proper care! Just make sure to visit us for your routine appointments so we can ensure they fit you properly throughout the years.

How Should I Care for My Dentures?

When it comes to dentures, proper maintenance is key. In addition to taking care of your teeth and gums, make sure to incorporate your dentures into your oral care routine. Start by brushing them twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush and non-abrasive toothpaste. Make sure to gently scrub each surface before placing it in a special cleaning solution. However, under any circumstance, do not use bleach or any other household cleaner to remove stains or disinfect your dentures!

Can I Eat Normally with Dentures?

Thanks to advancements in dentistry and technology, modern dentures have come a long way since the obvious restorations they were decades prior. In addition to being extremely life-like, they also are much more durable and allow patients to enjoy more foods than ever before. That being said, it is still a good idea to avoid sticky, crunchy, or hard foods that can tug at your dentures or cause them to crack. That way, you can enjoy them for years to come!

Will My Partial Denture Match My Remaining Teeth?

If you are replacing a few teeth instead of an entire arch, you may wonder whether your loved ones will be able to notice the difference. However, the high-quality and natural-looking material they are crafted from is designed to seamlessly restore your smile. In fact, even you may have a hard time spotting the difference!

What Should I Do If My Dentures Break?

If your dentures accidentally chip or crack, it is important to remain calm. Do your best to collect the pieces and call our dentist in Montgomeryville to schedule an appointment. Depending on the severity of the damage, we may recommend coming in immediately or simply scheduling a visit at your earliest convenience. Either way, we will ensure your denture is repaired or replaced entirely so you can get back to your confident smile and restored bite as soon as possible!

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Woman holding an appleYou don’t have to live another day with missing teeth! We want to get started on your replacement plan to help you smile with full confidence once again. Go ahead and contact us to schedule an appointment with your trusted restorative dentist today!

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