Is it time for removable full dentures or partial dentures?
If you’ve suffered permanent dental damage to all or most of your teeth, getting through the day can be a struggle. You might be too self-conscious to return a smile, and you’re probably missing out on your favorite foods. Custom-fitted dentures or partial dentures may be a good removable and easy-to-clean solution for you.
Poor-fitting dentures that look ‘fake’are a thing of the past! Our dental office works hard to ensure that your new smile solution will be dependable and secure. The dentures that we offer are designed and created to fit your jaw and mouth.
The benefits of dentures or partials are numerous. First, you’ll be able to eat much more normally than you’d be able to manage without tooth replacement, so you won’t have to sacrifice as many of your favorite dishes. Next, dentures will provide the support your facial muscles need to prevent changes to the shape of your face. The muscles in your cheeks need support to avoid drooping inward and sagging. Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, you’ll be able to regain confidence as you return smiles with a stunning one of your own.
A full denture is a great solution if you need to replace all of your teeth. A partial denture works when some teeth are missing while other natural teeth stay intact. Partials are supported and held in place by your existing strong teeth, and full dentures require suction and perhaps a dental adhesive to remain in place. Dental implants can be used to help make your denture feel even more secure. Both partial dentures and full dentures are removable and easy to clean. Just use a toothbrush to clean your denture or partial denture, and then soak it overnight in water, perhaps with an added denture-cleaning tablet. It is very important that your denture fits well. Dr. Gillis works with very talented lab technicians to help achieve an excellent fit with good appearance and function.
If you would like more information our office would be happy to help! Our office is located in Grand Junction, Colorado. Our phone number is (970) 242-3635. Please visit us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/juliegillisddspc) or call us if you have any questions or concerns. You can also email our office at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Yours for better health,
“Restoring Smiles – Restoring Health”