If your smile is lacking due to the absence of most or all of your teeth, worry not! Our expert denturist at Ghotanina Dental can help you achieve the natural-looking and fully functional smile you've been dreaming of with our meticulously crafted dentures. Each of our dentures is tailored to meet your specific requirements and preferences, ensuring a personalized fit and aesthetic. Don't wait any longer to start showing off your brand new set of dentures - schedule an appointment with or denturist today by contacting us today and transform your smile!
Dentures are versatile oral appliances designed to replace multiple missing teeth and restore your oral health and beauty. Depending on your unique needs, we offer two types of dentures: complete dentures and partial dentures.
Complete dentures are suitable for those who have lost all of their teeth in a dental arch. Whether you need both arches replaced or only one, our denturist can create a customized set of complete dentures that fit snugly and comfortably in your mouth. To ensure stability, we may recommend the use of denture adhesive.
On the other hand, if you have some natural teeth remaining but are missing multiple teeth, partial dentures may be the ideal solution for you. Our partial dentures are designed with thin clasps or frameworks that attach securely to your natural teeth, providing a secure and reliable fit.
By restoring your missing teeth with our high-quality dentures, you can improve your ability to speak and eat properly, regain your natural facial volume, and boost your overall confidence. At Ghotanian Dental we take pride in creating dentures that not only restore function but also enhance the aesthetic appeal of your smile. Give us a call or visit us today to learn more about how our dentures can transform your smile!
We believe that quality restorative dental work should always be within reach and our dental clinic offers the following services:
Immediate Dentures—Dentures placed when teeth are extracted
Types of Dentures
Dentures come in two main types: complete or full dentures, and partial dentures. If you’ve lost all your teeth, complete dentures are what you’ll need.
Traditional complete dentures: are made after your teeth have been removed, and the gum tissue has fully healed, which can take around 4 to 6 weeks. During this time, you’ll have to go without teeth. Immediate dentures, on the other hand, are created before your teeth are removed and are put in place immediately after the procedure, so you won’t have to go without teeth during the healing period.
Partial Dentures: If you’re only missing a few teeth, a partial denture may be the solution for you. This type of denture is designed to fill the gaps left by missing teeth. Partial dentures often consist of a plastic or metal plate with several false teeth attached. These can be attached to your natural teeth with a metal or flexible clasp, or your existing teeth can be fitted with crowns to serve as anchors for the partial denture.
Implant-supported dentures: are also an option if traditional dentures are not feasible for you due to insufficient bone or palate support.
There are several reasons why you might want to consider getting dentures. Dentures can help to restore your smile and facial tissues, correct problems with chewing, digestion, and speech, and are ideal if you have lost some or all of the teeth in a dental arch. Speak to your dentist or denturist to learn more about your options for dentures.
Why You Would Want a Denture
If you’ve lost all teeth in an arch
If you’ve lost some teeth in an arch
To repair your smile and facial tissues
To correct your chewing, digestion, and speech
What to Expect When Getting Dentures
The process of getting dentures typically involves a few steps, which may vary depending on your dental health and the type of denture you need. First, you'll need to schedule an appointment with a dentist for an examination. During the examination, the dentist will take dental impressions and oral measurements to ensure the final dentures fit correctly.
If you have any damaged teeth that need to be removed, your dentist will extract them. In this case, you'll be given a temporary denture to use while you wait for your final denture to be made. Once your final denture is ready, your dentist will fit it in your mouth to ensure a comfortable and secure fit.
How Long Do Dentures Last?
If properly maintained and cared for, dentures can last several years. However, you may need to have them reconfigured after normal wear or after any changes in your mouth structures as your bone or gums shrink.
Improperly fitting dentures can result in various dental issues, including discomfort, oral infections, and sores, as well as bad breath. If you’ve been wearing complete dentures for many years, you may have a hard time getting well-fitting dentures crafted for you.
Caring For Dentures
You need to care for your dentures just as you would for your natural teeth. Dentures are just as prone to plaque and food particles as natural teeth. You should brush them with toothpaste and water at least twice a day.
You’ll also need to soak them in a denture cleaning solution. Special care is essential when it comes to removing any traces of denture fixative. Be sure to brush your dentures as you would your natural teeth, with a small-headed toothbrush and toothpaste.
If your dentures are stained or have plaque accumulation, you should see a dentist or dental hygienist to get them cleaned professionally. If you remove the false teeth at night, dip them in some water. This prevents warping.
It’s worth noting that dentures are quite delicate and could chip or break if dropped. Handle them with care when cleaning them. Avoid the temptation of adjusting your dentures as you may damage them permanently.
You should also visit your dentist regularly for checkups, regardless of the type of denture you have, so that they can keep a close watch over the health of your mouth lining and make sure your dentures fit as expected.
Choosing the Right Dentures for You
It's important to note that not all individuals with missing teeth necessarily require dentures. At our dental office, we offer various services to help replace missing teeth. Feel free to reach out to us to schedule an appointment.
If you are considering dentures as a solution, we recommend scheduling a consultation with Ghotanian Dental. During this appointment, our team will conduct a thorough examination and provide advice on the best course of action for your specific dental needs.
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While we specialize in providing dentures, dental implants and oral surgery, we also provide other dental services in our area. From cleanings and exams to oral health screenings, you can count on our team to meet your oral health needs.
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