Dentures Medford are removable prosthetic devices that can replace your missing teeth and help restore the confidence in your smile. Wearing dentures will not only make it easier for you to eat, speak, and chew properly, but it can also help avoid bone loss due to tooth loss. Traditional dentures are removable, but there are now different types of dentures you can choose from. Here are the different types of dentures and which type is suitable for you:
If you lost all or most of your teeth, then traditional full dentures are for you. They are placed on top of your gums, compared to dental bridges that are secured to existing teeth. It usually takes around 8-12 weeks after extraction before your traditional full dentures can be placed.
If you still have some of your natural teeth left and dentures can be anchored onto them, then partial dentures are what you need. Partial dentures have a salmon pink-colored base that is connected to a metal piece. The metal piece is what secures the partial dentures in your mouth, and helps prevent the rest of your teeth from shifting.
Custom-made dentures Medford is more expensive compared to other types of dentures because it can give you a more natural-looking smile. The shade of the replacement teeth and the fit are custom-made to complement the rest of your face.
Dental implants will be used to anchor the denture in your mouth with implant-supported dentures. The implants provide a solid foundation for the dentures, allowing it to stay securely in place. And because it’s implant-supported it’s guaranteed to last long.
If you lost most or all of your upper teeth, then upper dentures may be the best solution for your problem.
There are different types of dentures suitable for your every need. At Northwoods Dentistry, you can get high-quality dentures at a reasonable price! Contact us for inquiries or visit our website for more dental services!
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