If you have multiple missing teeth, then you don’t need us to tell you about the variety of problems they can cause. Fortunately, you have many options when it comes to replacing them, and for a long time, one of the most reliable and affordable has been traditional removable dentures. At our practice, we take a unique approach to fabricating dentures so our patients always receive the most comfortable and natural-looking results possible.
Our own Dr. Sarah Yarnell has over 7 years of experience in dentistry, and in that time, she has rebuilt countless smiles using both full and partial dentures. In addition to her hands on training, she also regularly attends continuing education courses to keep herself up to date on the latest techniques and technology being used in dentistry today.
At our practice, we like to use what we call the Master Denture method when designing a patient’s replacement teeth. The primary goal is to create a denture that fits great, looks even better, and helps restore a patient’s confidence and oral function at the same time.
Over the course of just 4 appointments, we’ll take numerous measurements and create wax models of your potential dentures so we can ensure the best possible results. We’ll not only make sure the teeth look great, but the acrylic gum-colored base as well.
Basically, the goal is to have your dentures feel like a natural part of your smile rather than some bulky prosthetic. With this method, whether you need a few teeth replaced or an entire row, we can guarantee lifelike results that will always have you smiling.
Of course, the design of your dentures isn’t the only factor we consider, but the materials used as well. We only utilize the highest-quality acrylic and ceramic when making our dentures because they not only provide better results, but they also will require less maintenance over time, giving you a set of teeth you’ll always be able to rely on.
While dentures might initially seem like a big investment, they are actually quite a small one when you consider the daily benefits they provide. If we said you could regain your ability to eat, speak, and smile normally again for just a dollar a day, would you think it was a good deal? If you’re like most of our patients with missing teeth, it’s not just good—it’s great.
When you consider the facts that well-made dentures are estimated to last at least 5 years and they’ll improve your life every single day, their cost suddenly seems very manageable.