If you’re missing multiple teeth or are facing widespread dental decay, dentures are a solution that can dramatically improve your quality of life. Dentures are a full set of artificial teeth that make it easier to speak, eat, and smile, while also helping restore the natural shape of your jaw and face.

Types of Dentures at Gladstone Family Dentistry

There are different kinds of dentures available depending on your needs, from traditional dentures to implant-supported dentures. Read on to discover which denture style might be best for you!

Traditional Dentures

Traditional dentures rest on top of your gumline, and are designed to look as natural as possible. These are secured by a sturdy dental glue that will make it easier to eat, smile, and speak. We think you’ll find that dentures not only boost your confidence, but almost immediately improve your quality of life as well!

Partial Dentures

Just because you haven’t lost all your natural teeth doesn’t mean you can’t benefit from replacing some teeth. Partial dentures can be used to replace a few teeth, or just one full arch of teeth, rather than an entire row. They can make an enormous difference in your smile, as well as the way you speak and eat!

Removable Dentures

If you’re not sure you want to commit to permanent dentures, removable dentures are a great option. These dentures are easy to clean and can be removed for your comfort at any time, and will offer all the advantages you need from your dentures while they’re in place.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Implant-supported dentures are a row or segment of artificial teeth that are attached to implants placed directly in your jawbone. You can count on implant-supported dentures to stay anchored in place and not shift unexpectedly and also support your jawbone health—while offering all the standard benefits of dentures!

Do I Need Dentures?

If you’re missing the majority of your natural teeth or have extreme dental disease, dentures are often the best solution. Dentures can solve problems you might not have even realized you had. Once you’ve had dentures placed, we think you’ll be able to appreciate how much easier it is to eat, speak, and smile again.

Dentures Are a Comfortable, Effective Way to Restore Your Smile.

If you’re wondering whether dentures are right for you, contact us! We’re excited to help you find just the right dentures for you.

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