Restore Your Brilliant Smile with Dentures and Partials
While missing teeth can ruin a beautiful smile, they can also cause significant oral health issues, putting your remaining teeth and overall health at risk. This is why finding the best restoration to revitalize your smile is essential. Thankfully, you have several options to make this happen, such as partial and full dentures. Whether you need a removable partial denture or full denture, our team at Cooper Dental Group can help you rebuild your smile.
Denture options, full or partial, are the solution for those who have lost one or more teeth. Don’t let missing teeth affect your appearance or cause dental problems such as difficulty eating or speaking. Dentures have been a trusted dental solution for generations and come in various styles. Keep reading to discover your options and what our dentists may suggest.
Partial dentures, also known as “partials,” are a type of removable denture that is an excellent option for those with many healthy natural teeth in their jaw. Unlike bridges, which are permanently held in place with crowns on adjacent teeth, partial dentures are designed to be removed. They are made from acrylic and metal and have clasps that securely attach to existing teeth. So, if you’re considering partial dentures, you can be confident that they’re a reliable solution for preserving your natural smile while filling in any missing teeth.
Full (also known as complete dentures) are a popular solution for patients who have experienced significant tooth loss. These dentures are designed to replace all missing teeth on the upper or lower jaw. Before placement, if there are any remaining natural teeth that the patient wishes to remove, one of our dentists will perform the necessary extraction procedure. With complete dentures, you can confidently smile, knowing that your dental health is in good hands!
How Dentures Work
Your dentures will be custom-made to fit your mouth as closely as possible. They feature a gum-like base made of plastic resin and sit upon your remaining bone ridge. The prosthetic teeth look like natural teeth. When fitted correctly, dentures can stay securely in place using natural suction. Upper dentures also receive extra stability thanks to the broad surface of the palate (mouth’s roof).
It may take some time to adjust to eating and speaking with dentures, but over time, nerves and muscles will acclimate to them.
Our team has helped countless families build and maintain their perfect smiles. That’s because here at Cooper Dental Group, we love to see you smile.
To learn more about dentures and partials, please call us at 386-244-9838 to schedule your consultation today. You can also visit us at 1275 West Granada Boulevard, Ormond Beach, FL.