Dentures – Avon, MA
Enjoy a Full, Beautiful Smile Again
When you’re missing several or all of your teeth, even the most basic daily tasks can feel nearly impossible. Not only are you likely to feel insecure about the gaps in your grin, but you might have trouble eating your favorite foods and speaking with clarity. By replacing your missing teeth with custom-made dentures in Avon, MA, you’ll be improving your long-term oral health as well as your overall quality of life. For a fast, affordable, and reliable tooth replacement, please call our team at Avon Dental Group today to learn more about dentures!
Why Choose Avon Dental Group for Dentures?
- Experienced, Caring Dentists Who Listen to Your Needs
- Treatments Customized for Each Patient
- State-of-the-Art Implant Dentures Placed & Restored In-House
Who Is a Good Candidate for Dentures?
If you have lost multiple teeth or even all of your teeth on one or both arches, you’re most likely a good candidate for dentures. Of course, we still recommend coming in for a consultation just to be sure. You’ll meet with your dentist in Avon, MA – either Dr. Sardhara or Dr. Malaviya – to have your mouth examined. We’ll determine which kind of denture is right for you. If we detect any untreated oral health concerns, like gum disease, then we’ll be sure to include treatment for that in your overall tooth replacement plan.
Types of Dentures
In addition to being a highly accessible way for patients to enjoy a full, beautiful smile again, dentures are also incredibly customizable. Each denture is designed to accommodate your unique needs and preferences. Here are the three types of dentures that we may recommend to you:
Partial dentures replace multiple teeth at specific locations along an arch. Using gum-colored acrylic and lifelike ceramic teeth, this prosthetic fits into place behind your remaining teeth using metal clasps. Partials complete your smile like the missing piece of a puzzle, to the point that it should be indistinguishable from your real teeth!
Full dentures bring back an entire arch of lost teeth at the same time. While full dentures utilize the same materials as partials, they rely on natural suction rather than metal hooks to stay securely in place on the gums. For a bit of extra stability, denture adhesive can also be used.
A full or partial denture can be anchored onto a small number of dental implants for a more reliable, longer-lasting solution. These titanium posts are surgically inserted into your jaw, where they eventually fuse with the bone. This allows them to function like real tooth roots. As a result, implant dentures replenish more chewing power and feel more natural than conventional options.
The Benefits of Dentures
People have been replacing lost teeth with dentures for centuries, but modern dental technology has made today’s dentures more comfortable and reliable than ever before. Some of the benefits you can expect to reap with dentures include:
- A restored biting force that makes it easier to enjoy a healthy, varied diet.
- A cost-effective tooth loss solution.
- A prosthetic that can last for five to ten years.
- Easy cleaning and maintenance.
- The confidence that comes with having a complete smile.