Partial Dentures

partial dentures

A partial denture is required when you have one or more of your natural teeth missing in either the upper or lower jaw.  These are designed specifically for your mouth and to replace those missing teeth to minimize unwanted shifting and movement of the existing teeth.

Partial Dentures may be supported either by an existing tooth or tissueandtooth supported. The Denturist will go over your options in depth at your consultation to explore which options will benefit you the most.

It is important to know that partial dentures will not harm your existing teeth, but rather provide them with additional support and allows you to chew better.

Should you feel that the denture isn’t sitting quite right or that you are experiencing any sore spots, contact the office to book an appointment. Sometimes a small adjustment might be required.

Other Types of Dentures

Complete Dentures

Complete Dentures

A complete denture is a removable appliance that is used when all your natural teeth within a jaw have been lost and need to be prosthetically replaced.

Immediate Complete Dentures

Immediate Complete Dentures

Immediate dentures are often called transitional dentures. These dentures are placed immediately post-surgery so that you do not have to be without teeth during the healing process.

Implant based Dentures

Implant Based Dentures

Implant retained dentures are a real ‘game changer’ for those struggling with loose dentures. An implant-based denture is secured by the implants that have been surgically placed.