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By Crescent Lake Dental-Glen J Marsack
August 12, 2019
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry
Tags: dentures  

Losing your teeth? If you've lost all or some of your natural teeth, dentures can replace them. Dentures are removable appliances constructed to replace missing teeth. Today's dentures are more attractive and comfortable than ever. Led by Dr. Marsack, Crescent Lake Dental (located in Waterford, MI) offers state-of-the-art dentures to the patients they serve. Read on to learn about the different types of dentures that are available today.

Partial Denture

Partial dentures are used when one or more teeth remain in the upper or lower jaw. A partial denture closes the gaps created by missing teeth. This denture consists of replacement teeth, a gum-colored plastic base, metal framework, and clasps that connect to the teeth. Some partial dentures are removable, while others are worn permanently. Partial dentures can transform your appearance and help to restore comfort when speaking and eating.

Complete Denture

Complete dentures are used when all the teeth are missing. A complete denture is a removable appliance used when all teeth within the jaw have been lost and need to be replaced. Complete dentures consist of replacement teeth attached to a pink-colored base that fits over your gums. This denture is placed in your mouth after your natural teeth have been removed and the tissues have healed. A complete denture will help you feel like you again and boost your confidence at work and in social situations.

Overdenture

An overdenture is a removable dental prosthesis that rests on natural teeth, the roots of teeth, or dental implants. An overdenture will enhance your appearance, improve your ability to chew food, and improve your clarity of speech. Better dental hygiene and a lower risk of periodontal (gum) disease are two additional benefits of using overdentures.

Immediate Denture

Immediate dentures, also called temporary dentures, are made before the existing teeth have been extracted. This is an option for people who do not want to go without teeth. An immediate denture will protect your gums while you heal and make the transition to a permanent denture easier. After healing from having your natural teeth removed, a permanent denture can be made.

Want a better life? Start with your smile! Don't delay- call Crescent Lake Dental at (248) 682-9331 right now to schedule a dental consultation in Waterford, MI and get the smile you deserve. A denture will give you the freedom to enjoy life again. We want you to live your best life possible!