Bridging the gap with a partial denture
Partial dentures can be the perfect solution for clients with missing teeth or a missing tooth. Partial dentures, which are removable, look natural, seamlessly fitting in beside your teeth, helping you feel confident about your smile. Partial dentures, however, aren’t all about aesthetics as your denture specialist will tell you. Partial dentures can also help restore the form and function of your jaw. When you are missing one or more teeth, the bite pressures shift in your mouth. Other teeth may shift to compensate for the gap and this can create problems down the road. Partial dentures offer an easy and relatively inexpensive fix that will make you look and feel great.
How do you know if partial dentures will work for you? How much do they cost? How long do they last? We have the answers to all your questions and are happy to help with a free consultation to see if partial dentures are the right fit for you. Talk to a denture specialist to learn more.
How much are partial dentures?
Each partial denture is unique and the cost depends on the type of partial denture that best fits your needs. The best way to know a specific detailed cost is to book a free, no-obligation consultation.
What are partial dentures?
Each partial denture is unique, and the cost depends on the type of partial denture that best fits your needs. The best way to get an accurate price is to book a free, no-obligation consultation.
How does a partial denture work?
A removable partial denture consists of replacement teeth attached to a pink plastic base, which is connected by a metal framework that holds the denture in place in the mouth. A partial denture is removable.
Can you eat with partial dentures?
For first-time partial denture wearers, the initial fit and function may seem awkward.
Cutting up your food into small bites at the beginning will help you become comfortable eating with your new denture. As you become more confident, you can start adding different foods into your diet. You may still have trouble eating particularly sticky, hard, or chewy foods. However, most patients have few problems once they have adjusted to their new dentures.
How long do partial dentures last?
The life of your partial denture depends on the fit and the oral health of your remaining teeth. Denture teeth can wear down and stain faster than natural teeth, and tissues in your mouth may change over time. This can result in an improper fit and the need to replace or reline your existing partial.