Dentures in Delray Beach, FL
Whether you’re interested in permanent (fixed), or removable dentures, Advanced Dentistry South Florida can accommodate your denture needs. If you’re tired of missing teeth and you want to bring back your smile, talk to your dentist about what options are right for you. We want to help you achieve the best smile to fit your lifestyle!
What are dentures?
A denture is a fixed or removable appliance that is crafted to replace your missing teeth. While dental implants are the number one choice for one or more missing teeth, dentures can be a great alternative. Because of our state-of-the-art technology and modern advances in dentistry, your denture will be custom fit and will have a life-like look and feel to them.
What types of dentures are there?
There are typically two types of dentures. One is a complete denture, which is created for those patients who are missing all of their teeth. The second is a partial denture, which is created for those patients who only have a few teeth missing.
What are the benefits of dentures?
There are a few benefits to patients who opt for a denture rather than dental implants. Those benefits include:
- Give you a better smile than your natural teeth
- Will not decay over time
- Helps maintain the shape of your face
- Reduce the chances of TMJ
- Helps you chew better
- Helps you speak more clearly and effectively
What is the process of getting dentures?
The process of getting a denture will involve several visits to the dentists office. The dentist will make an accurate impression of the arches in your mouth and then the laboratory will take it from there. You and the dentist will then choose the color which best fits your natural color. Following will be a series of visits to help you adjust to your new denture. This may include adjusting your bite as well as making sure the functionality is there without interfering with speech. Once you and the dentist have made sure every aspect of the denture is functional and correct, it will be sent back to the lab to be fabricated.
If you feel that dentures may be the right choice for you, please don’t hesitate any longer to make that choice. We are here to answer any questions you may have regarding complete and partial dentures. Call our office today at 561-495-2099 or visit our contact page so that a dental professional may contact you directly. We look forward to helping you on your way to a better, healthier you!