Comfortable, stable dentures let you chew anything
Over time, many of our patients have lost one or more teeth and come to us looking for solutions. They may think they need dentures, but aren’t really aware of the many options available to give them back the self-confidence they once had when they weren’t worried about their smile.
While our dentists have advanced training and decades of combined experience in making and fitting dentures to your exact specifications, we recommend using dental implants to stabilize your dentures, making them look, feel and act like your natural teeth.
Dentures anchored with implants are extremely secure and allow you to eat just about anything you desire. The greater the number of implants, the more stable and more natural-looking your dentures appear.
Types of dentures we offer
At our office, we can provide you denture choices depending on what you need.
Traditional partials are held in place by metal clasps that go around existing teeth to secure them in place.
Flex no-metal partials
With flexible, no-metal partials (some with a cosmetic clasp), no one will notice you’re wearing a partial denture.
Placed immediately after any teeth are extracted so you can leave our office with an aesthetically pleasing, comfortable, temporary denture as your gums heal prior to a permanent denture being made.
Implant-supported dentures are removable, fit securely over a ball and socket, and securely clipped into place. Ask the doctor about mini-implants to support your dentures.
Your existing dentures are retrofitted with implants to the point where they are secure once again.
Relines and repairs
Your existing dentures are sent to our dedicated local lab for an immediate fix.
Explore the Benefits of Dentures
Dentures are a practical, functional way to replace missing teeth. To learn more about the benefits of dentures, schedule an appointment online or call our office at 757-349-7593.
Complimentary Dental Implant Consultation
During your complimentary consultation, you’ll discuss treatment options to determine which best suits your situation and budget. You can also find out if you are a candidate for implant-supported dentures. Here’s what your consultation would include:
- Meeting the doctor and getting to know one another
- Discussing the benefits of implant-supported dentures
- Learning your treatment options for missing teeth
- Getting all your questions answered