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- Traditional dentures: Traditional full dentures can be a good option if you are missing all or most of your teeth. These removable dentures have a plastic base that will fit over your gums. They can replace your upper arch, lower arch or both.
- Partial dentures: Like traditional full dentures, partials are removable. These restorations will replace several consecutive missing teeth. They also consist of a plastic base. Small metal clasps connect the partial denture to nearby teeth.
- Implant-supported dentures: Implant-supported dentures attach to small metal implant posts that are surgically placed in the jaw to replace lost tooth roots. Implant-supported dentures are available as both full and partial restorations.
Many denture wearers feel that their dentures never seem to fit right and don’t look natural. They worry about their dentures slipping or coming out while talking or eating. They feel self-conscious and hide their smile.
Fortunately, Dr. Kasperowski has the solution to make your dentures look and fit better. Using a state-of-the-art digital denture process, Dr. Kasperowski provides dentures that are custom-designed and sculpted for your mouth in special software. The software allows for a greater customization and personalization of your new denture, which means a more accurate fit and an end to denture issues such as distortion and shrinking that typically occur with traditional dentures. The dentures are also designed to look very realistic by top technicians whose goal is to craft dentures so lifelike they could fool even a professional’s trained eye.
Snap-in Implant-Supported Dentures
Which Type of Denture Is Right for You?
The type of denture you select will depend on your cosmetic preferences, oral health, budget and the number of teeth you are missing. Our team will take as much time as needed to explain your options and help you make an informed decision.
It is important to understand that although implant-supported dentures are more expensive than traditional dentures, they can be a much better investment in the long run. They won’t shift out of place as you speak or eat and dental implants are the only solution that can prevent the bone atrophy that follows tooth loss.
While traditional dentures often require refinement as the jaw changes shape, implant-supported dentures rarely require any refinement. With proper care, dental implants can last a lifetime.