Like medicine, dental science is constantly evolving. Technological advancements have led to the creation of dentures that are lightweight and can mimic the appearance and feel of your natural teeth.
What are the different types of dentures?
Generally, we classify dentures as partial or complete. Partial dentures replace missing teeth while relying on existing natural teeth for support. Meanwhile, complete dentures replace all of the teeth in an arch.
These dentures can be worn immediately after the extraction of any teeth.
How we can be of service?
At Legacy Dental Health, we offer complete and partial dentures that closely resemble natural teeth, while prioritizing the patient’s comfort and convenience.
Some Common Concerns
Even when the proper time, techniques and material are used, new dentures can still take time to get used to. You can expect this period of adjustment to last several months. In some cases, speech and eating may also be affected immediately after placement, after which the patient will become accustomed to.
Contact Us Today
If your missing teeth are giving you problems with speech, chewing or appearance, schedule an appointment with us today. Katie Reardon Skinner DDS has the knowledge and experience to evaluate your dental situation and recommend the most suitable solution for your missing teeth.