Advanced Dental Care of Mount Dora
3555 North Highway 19A, Mount Dora, FL 32757

Full and Partial Dentures in Mount Dora, FL

Why Should You Consider Dentures?

If you have lost teeth due to an injury, decay, or damage, you can restore your smile to its full beauty and function by getting a pair of dentures. A denture is a custom-crafted dental appliance that holds artificial teeth on a frame that’s either permanent or removable. In addition to restoring your confidence and appearance, a denture can maintain your facial structure and improve your dental function. It can also be cost effective because it can last for more than a decade with proper care and cleaning.

What Kinds of Dentures Are Available?

There are several kinds of affordable quality dentures to choose from today. Our dentists can examine your smile to help you determine which type of denture would be the best for you. Some of your options for dentures in Mount Dora include:

What Is the Difference Between Full and Partial Dentures?

You would need a full denture if you were missing all of your teeth in your lower and upper jaws, while a partial denture lets you retain your healthy teeth and replace only one or a few missing teeth.

With a full denture, you can choose between a removable full denture that simply lays on top of your gums or a fixed full denture that gets secured in your mouth with dental implants. Whichever full denture you choose, our dentist will first remove any remaining teeth and then immediately provide you with a temporary denture to wear until your gums have had a chance to heal. Upon complete healing, you will be fit for your permanent full denture.

A partial denture replaces your missing tooth or teeth with an appliance similar to a bridge. Yet, the denture is not permanently bonded to the adjacent teeth like a bridge. Instead, it has clasps that attach to the surrounding teeth for support and allow it to be removed for cleaning every night.

What Is a Flexible Partial Denture?

This is a partial denture without the solid base or metal clasps of a traditional partial denture. Instead, its base and clasps are made of a pliable, lightweight material for added comfort. This material is matched the color of your gums, which makes the denture much less noticeable. With this type of denture, no one will ever know that you don’t have all of your natural teeth.

How Do Implant-Supported Dentures Differ from the Rest?

Implant-supported dentures are held in place with either a pair or four dental implants instead of laying over your gums. They are usually suggested to replace your lower teeth since these require greater stability than our upper. They resemble some other dentures in their need to be removed each night for thorough cleaning.

What Are the Benefits of All-on-Four Dentures?

These dentures are placed with an innovative implant technique that requires only four dental implants in the lower jaw to secure a full artificial set of teeth. Many select this denture for its extra security and biting strength.

What Is Involved throughout the Denture Procedure?

The process for getting dentures entails a few simple steps, which may differ by your dental condition and the denture you will receive. Most of the time, our dentist will start by taking impressions of your teeth and measuring your mouth to accurately craft your final denture. Next, you will have unhealthy teeth pulled and be sent home with a temporary denture. If you are getting an implant-supported denture, your dentist will place your implants at this time. As soon as your denture has been created, you will come back to our office so your dentist can fit your final denture and adjust it as needed for comfort and function.

What Does Getting Dentures Cost?

While cost of your denture will vary by the type your choose, the price of the materials, and whether you need pre-treatments, but rest assured that our dentists can provide you with affordable quality dentures. Please call our practice to learn more.

What Is a Soft Denture Reline?

A traditional denture has a firm, acrylic lining that can sometimes cause soreness and pain. A soft reline for dentures is made of a soft, bendable material that stays lithe for a couple of years and can eliminate pain and sore spots.

You can trust the dentists at our practice to provide you with dentures that are ideal for your needs and budget. Please give us a call today to arrange a consultation.

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