Dentures

Wondering if dentures are right for you? Dentures can offer an excellent solution for concealing missing teeth. When your teeth begin to lose stability and require extraction, dentures can conceal any extensive gaps. In addition, dentures can help maintain the integrity of your existing teeth by preventing shifting and further damage from occurring.

Here’s a little more about how dentures can help enhance the look of your smile while improving function.

What are Dentures?

When patients have an extensive amount of missing teeth, those large gaps along the gum line can make your mouth vulnerable to damage and can even weaken the surrounding jaw. Dentures can be custom made to replace missing teeth and protect the gum and structure of the jaw.

Unlike an implant, crown, or bridge, dentures are not permanent and can be removed and inserted back in the mouth. Depending on the condition of your teeth and the amount that is missing, your dentist will recommend either partial or full dentures.

How Do They Work?

Partial dentures rely on your existing teeth to stay in place. With a custom fit and metal framework, they attach to the existing teeth with a design that conceals any discrepancies. Full dentures, on the other hand, are used when all of the teeth have been removed. After extraction, it can take up to several months for the tissues in the mouth to fully heal. During this time, customized dentures can be provided, but since the bone shape can change during the healing process, they may need to be re-adjusted later on.

When is it Time for Dentures?

Experiencing tooth loss can be an overwhelming experience, leaving patients with insecurity and low self-esteem. But thankfully, with the advancements in dentistry, you can conceal any gaps with a custom smile that gives you the ability to consume the food you enjoy while mimicking the look and feel of real, natural teeth.

Our excellent team here at Kemptville Smiles Dentistry can provide you with high-quality dentures that look and feel like your own real teeth. If you have any questions or concerns, call us today to book an appointment. Our team will be more than happy to provide you with the answers you need to help restore your smile and confidence.

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