Fortunately, there have been some impressive advancements in the world of dentures, making them much easier and better-fitted than those of yesteryear.
Today’s synthetic teeth look much more realistic than ever before, and at 24th Street Dental Biltmore we are proud to offer the most comfortable dentures and partial dentures in Phoenix.
Dentures are an economical solution to tooth loss, and losing teeth is all part of being human. Over time our bones and teeth can weaken and become loose, making them prone to infection. Your lifestyle and genetics certainly play a role, and for some this can mean premature aging in the mouth (this is why we stress always practicing good oral hygiene).
Dentures are created to replace missing teeth and parts of the soft tissues. They are removable and resemble the natural tissues of the mouth. They are also very durable and will last for many years.
Dentures have been a long standing solution to tooth loss over the years. While newer advances have been made such as dental implants and all on four dental implants, dentures provide a much simpler and less invasive alternative.
There are two types of dentures: full or partial. Full dentures are made to replace all top or bottom teeth at once. Partial dentures are used to replace one or more missing teeth and keep proper spacing and alignment of the teeth.
After an initial examination your dentist will go over options with you to help you determine if this is the right solution for you.
A consultation with one of our talented cosmetic dentists can assess the best course of treatment for you. We can offer the strongest dentures and partial dentures in Phoenix.
Expect 8-12 weeks for your gums to fully heal from any extractions, and in most cases a temporary “immediate” set can used be while the lab customizes your permanent set of dentures.
Continue to brush and floss your teeth, paying special attention to your gums. You’ll want to remove your dentures and soak them overnight in a special solution to keep them free from bacteria that can cause unpleasant odors. Regular dental checkups with your dentist can ensure your dentures last a long time.
To learn more, please call 24th Street Dental Biltmore and schedule a consultation. We’re happy to introduce you to high quality dentures and partial dentures in Phoenix!
Dentures typically cost from $1,000 to $2,000 depending on the exent of the work needed and how many teeth are missing.
After doing your initial consultation, the dentist will go over a treatment plan with you and work out the best course of action. 24th Street Dental provides free consultations and a variety of affordable dental financing options to help you.
Contact us today to set up a free consultation and let us help you love your smile.
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