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Finding the right affordable quality dentures can be challenging. Our dental practice is proud to offer the most practical solutions for dentures in Springfield. We work with you to make sure that your treatment meets your needs and suits your finances. By striving to keep the cost of our services low, we can offer quality service and affordable options for your dental care.
What is a Denture, Anyway?
Dentures are designed to replace your natural teeth after they have been lost to time, decay or injury. These appliances consist of a plate into which artificial teeth have been set. Your denture will be fitted precisely to your gums to ensure that they stay in position during chewing or speaking.
Types of Dentures
Your denture may be partial or full and may be attached permanently to implants in your jaw or designed to be removable. Our dental team will evaluate the condition of your teeth and the bone in your jaw to decide on the right solution for your needs.
Full Denture or Complete Denture Procedures
The first step in the denture process is usually to remove any broken or damaged teeth to clear the way for replacements. A full denture is intended to replace all teeth on the upper or lower row. Dentures must be fitted precisely to the gums to ensure the most attractive and functional results.
Partial Denture Appliances
If only a few of your teeth are missing, you may be a good candidate for a partial denture. These appliances range from a single tooth attached to an implant to bridges with several teeth. Working with an experienced dentist from our practice can help you achieve a brighter and more beautiful smile.
Do I Need a Flexible Partial Denture?
A flexible denture can conform to the shape of your gums more effectively because it uses lightweight material that remains pliable. This can result in a more natural look and an improved ability to speak and chew.
Advantages of Implant-Supported Denture Procedures
Implants can provide a secure point of attachment for denture applications. A permanent implant-based denture, which is secured using posts inserted into the jaw, can potentially last for many years and can function in much the same way as your natural teeth do. This can provide you with added convenience and enhanced self-confidence in public interactions.
Are All-on-4® Dentures a Good Solution?
All-on-4 dentures are permanently attached to your jaw using four implants precisely placed at spots around your upper or lower jaw. These denture procedures can deliver the look and feel of your own natural teeth while replacing all of the function of your lower or upper teeth.
What to Expect During the Denture Process
You may need to schedule one or more extractions before your denture can be fabricated and fitted. Your dentist will work with you to determine the best options to improve your appearance and to ensure that your dentures look and feel great.
How Much Do Normal Dentures Cost?
Finding affordable quality dentures can be a challenge. Our dentists will make sure that you know the cost of your treatment before beginning the process. We are committed to offering affordable solutions for your dentures and for all your dental care needs.
Soft Denture Relines
Your dentist may recommend a soft denture reline to ensure that your dentures fit correctly after the initial breaking-in period is complete. These alterations to your dentures can ensure that they stay in more securely during speech and when consuming food by inserting a soft, pliable material where they meet the gums.
Why You Should Schedule an Appointment with Us in Springfield Today
If you need dentures, our dental practice offers practical and beautiful solutions for your needs. Call us today to schedule an appointment with us. We look forward to the chance to provide quality dental care in our area. Call us today at (413) 507-0115 or request an appointment online.