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Losing your teeth can make you feel self-conscious and less confident in social situations. If you are considering dentures in New Baltimore, our office can provide accurate guidance and effective solutions to help you manage your dental care needs. We offer affordable quality dentures designed to suit your needs and your budget. Call us today to discuss your needs with one of our experienced dentists. We can help you find effective solutions for yourself and your family members.
What Are Dentures?
Dentures are typically designed to replace natural teeth while providing a comfortable and solid bite for their wearers. People who have lost most of their teeth are the most typical candidates for these dental appliances. When properly fitted, dentures can allow the consumption of a wide array of foods. Depending on the type selected, patients may be able to wear their new teeth home on the day of their appointment or may be required to wait until their gums have recovered and healed from the extraction process.
Understanding the Process
Most patients have some or all of their teeth extracted before they get dentures. This process can take days, weeks or even months. Once the gums have healed sufficiently, your dentist will take a mold of your mouth to ensure the best possible fit for your new appliance. If implants are required, they will be completed at this time. Finally, the fabrication process can sometimes be completed on the same day, but may also take longer.
Types of Dentures
Depending on your needs, our dentists can provide guidance on the right solutions for your teeth and your budget. Partial and full dentures are available for both the upper and lower jaws and can offer greater stability. There are also flexible partial dentures available, these dentures do not have a rigid base but rather flex and bend with your mouth and attach to adjacent, healthy teeth. Some of these dental appliances can be attached to dental implants, known as implant-supported dentures, for added stability while others are removable and offer greater flexibility for patients. Materials used for these devices include porcelain, metal, acrylic and nylon polymers.
How Much Do Dentures Cost?
The cost of dentures can vary widely depending on the type of appliance chosen and the added work needed to prepare your mouth and gums. We pride ourselves in providing affordable quality dentures to suit your specific set of needs. Our office will work with you and your dental insurance plan to keep your costs low while providing you with effective solutions for your dental health needs.
What Is a Soft Denture Reline for Denture Wearers?
Soft relines are used to help patients adjust to their new appliances. Rather than the hard acrylic or metal surfaces typically used on traditional dentures, these relines offer a soft and more comfortable surface for your gums.
If you are looking for the right source for dentures and other dental care in our area, call us today to set up an appointment with our skilled and compassionate dentists. We will be happy to provide you with affordable solutions for all your ongoing tooth care and dental hygiene needs.