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Dentures can be fixed or removable, partial or full, and implant supported or not.

Traditional Dentures

  • Partial Dentures

    Even if you have not lost all the teeth within an arch, you can still enjoy the benefits of dentures while filling in spaces from missing teeth in your mouth. Partial dentures are a great option for patients who have suffered from significant tooth loss.

  • Full Dentures

    Full dentures are crafted to help patients enjoy day to day activities, even if they’ve lost all of their natural teeth from either decay or accident. Traditional full dentures are easy to wear and have beautiful, individually crafted, natural looking teeth. We make sure our dentures provide our patients with perfect occlusion and a reason to smile again.

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Implant Supported Dentures

Implant-supported dentures offer a unique implant solution for patients who are missing all of their upper or lower teeth. Once all the teeth have been extracted, we will place 4 to 6 implants as “anchors” to provide a sturdier fit and minimal mobility for your denture.

With implant-supported dentures, no plate covers the roof of the mouth, so speaking and eating are more natural and comfortable than in traditional dentures. No adhesives and pastes are needed to secure your new denture, so you can remain confident while eating food and functioning normally.

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Implant Retained Dentures

Available as either fixed or removable, implant retained dentures offer an effective solution for people who are missing many teeth and also have sufficient bone to support dental implants.

Implant retained dentures require the placement of two or more dental implants to secure the dentures in the mouth. These removable dentures will “snap” onto the implants rather than requiring the use of denture paste or adhesives and can be taken out for cleaning at night.