We can provide all manner of dentures to reverse any degree of tooth loss. Partial dentures are designed to replace multiple teeth along a single arch, whether they are consecutive or not, and full dentures can help a patient who is missing an entire row of teeth. In any case, Dr. Tindal will make sure you leave our office with a dental prosthetic you can trust to look and feel great for many years to come. He can even provide implant-retained dentures so patients can enjoy the most stable and secure fit possible.
Our dentures are designed to improve a person’s appearance, oral health, and quality of life at the same time, and that’s exactly what they can do for you. To learn more about your denture options with us, contact us today.
A full denture is designed to replace an entire arch of teeth — either the upper arch or the lower arch. It has a gum-colored base that attaches to your gums via natural suction or with the help of a mild denture adhesive. The teeth that go on top of the base may be made either of acrylic or porcelain; both materials are durable and natural-looking. The fit of your full denture may change over time, so we encourage you to visit us for periodic adjustments.
As its name implies, an implant-retained denture gains its support from four to six implants that are placed within the jawbone rather than from natural suction or adhesive. Therefore, it is the sturdiest way to treat extensive tooth loss. Also, because the implants bond with the bone around them, they can prevent your jaw from deteriorating and changing shape. This may enable your dentures to last for several decades.
A partial denture replaces multiple teeth throughout an arch, even if the missing teeth are not adjacent to one another. You can think of this type of prosthesis as a puzzle piece; it may be an odd shape, but it fits in exactly where it is needed. In addition to preventing your remaining naturel teeth from drifting out of place, a partial denture can restore your smile’s appearance and improve your ability to chew. It may require clips or other attachments to keep it secure in the mouth.
Here are some of the most outstanding benefits that dentures in Sarasota have to offer:
When you first begin to wear your dentures, they may feel strange in your mouth. The key to getting used to them is to practice, practice, practice. Here are a few tips to help you get the hang of using your new teeth:
Exactly how you care for your dentures will depend on what type of prosthesis you have. With non-implant dentures, you’ll need to remove them every night and soak them in a special solution. Gently brushing them, and making sure your gums are clean, will help you prevent sores and bad breath.
Some implant-retained dentures are permanently fixed in the mouth. You can care for these in almost exactly the same way you would care for natural teeth.
The cost of your new smile will depend on:
When you visit us for your denture consultation, we’ll provide you with more details on how much you can expect your treatment to cost.