Embarking on the journey to replace missing or failing natural teeth is a significant decision. At Total Freedom Dental Implant Center, we recognize the profound impact that such a choice can have on your life. We’re not just restoring teeth; we’re restoring smiles, confidence, and a vital piece of who you are. Our commitment to providing unmatched care is highlighted by our inclusion of a denturist on our team, ensuring expertise in the design and fitting of both complete and partial dentures.
Symptoms Addressed by Complete and Partial Dentures
- Multiple missing teeth: Gaps can interfere with speech, eating, and overall aesthetics.
- Difficulty chewing: Due to worn down, damaged, or absent teeth.
- Facial sagging: Caused by a lack of teeth structure to support facial muscles.
- Speech issues: Missing teeth can cause lisps and other speech impediments.
- Self-consciousness: Resulting from gaps, broken or unsightly teeth.
Why Dentures Are Needed
When teeth are lost or severely damaged, it can affect one’s quality of life. Beyond aesthetics, the loss can affect fundamental functions like speaking and eating. Whether complete or partial, dentures provide a solution that restores functionality and appearance. They offer a non-surgical option for those not immediately seeking implants, giving you the freedom to eat, speak, and smile with renewed confidence.
Treatment Process: Complete and Partial Dentures
- Consultation: Meet with our doctor to discuss the best teeth replacement option tailored to your needs.
- Impressions and Measurements: Detailed molds of your mouth are taken to ensure a precise fit.
- Custom Design: Our resident denturist crafts the dentures to mimic the natural look and function of teeth.
- Fitting and Adjustments: Initial fitting is followed by necessary adjustments to perfect the fit and comfort.
- Guidance on Care: Patients are provided with instructions on caring for their new dentures and maintaining oral hygiene.
- Follow-up: Regular check-ups ensure the continued comfort and functionality of the dentures.
Preserving Your Smile: Essential Care Tips for Dentures
While designed for durability, dentures require diligent care to preserve their function and appearance over time. An integral part of denture care is adhering to a regular cleaning routine, ensuring they remain free from food particles and potential staining agents. Specialized brushes and cleansers tailored for dentures can provide a thorough cleaning without causing damage. Furthermore, being mindful of your diet and avoiding overly hard or sticky foods safeguards the denture material and ensures a comfortable fit.
Equally essential is the manner in which you handle your dentures. Given their delicate nature, handling them over a soft surface or filled sink is imperative to reduce the risk of breakages. This cautionary approach, combined with regular check-ups with your doctor, ensures your dentures remain intact and continue to serve you seamlessly, fostering confidence in every smile.
Embracing the Future: The Positive Impact of Dentures
Embarking on the journey with complete or partial dentures from Total Freedom Dental Implant Center is akin to stepping into a brighter, more confident future. These dental solutions address the immediate concern of missing or damaged teeth and instill a renewed sense of self-worth and assurance. Each smile shared becomes a testament to the transformative power of expertly crafted dentures.
Further solidifying this positive outlook is the meticulous expertise of our denturist. Our patients can take comfort in knowing that their dentures are tailored to emulate the natural look and function of real teeth. This attention to detail ensures a seamless transition, allowing individuals to move forward, leaving behind past challenges and eagerly embracing the vibrant possibilities that lie ahead.
Frequently Asked Questions
What's the difference between complete and partial dentures?
Complete dentures replace an entire set of teeth, either upper or lower, while partial dentures are designed to fill the gaps when only some natural teeth are missing, ensuring a seamless fit with existing teeth.
How long does it take to adjust to new dentures?
It varies for each individual. While some people may adjust within a few weeks, others might take a bit longer. Our Total Freedom Dental Implant Center team provides guidance and adjustments to make the transition as smooth as possible.
Can I sleep with my dentures in?
While it’s possible to sleep with dentures, removing them at night is recommended to allow your gums to rest and maintain the dentures’ shape and longevity. This also provides an opportunity to clean them thoroughly.
Need Urgent or Non-Urgent Denture Care?
We recognize that any issue with your denture can disrupt your daily life. Whether it’s a crack, chip, or the need for an adjustment, we’re here to help. With our denturist’s expertise, we offer same-day emergency denture repairs to restore your smile swiftly. If you encounter any challenges with your dentures or require a consultation, reach out to us at (480) 860-9002. Your smile is our top priority, and we’re committed to ensuring it remains uninterrupted.
Total Freedom Dental’s Complete and Partial Dentures
We know when you make the decision to replace your failing or missing natural teeth or your existing denture, you are trusting Total Freedom Dental with more than just your teeth.
You are trusting us with your smile. We understand your entire image is at stake and we take that responsibility seriously. That is why we have added a denturist to our team.
A Denturist is a licensed expert in the design, construction, fitting and adjustment of removable complete and partial dentures as well as overdentures and fixed dentures on implants.
Having a denturists’ expertise and professionalism as part of our team at Total Freedom Dental make us the best possible choice when it comes to addressing your teeth replacement needs. So if implants are not quite right for you now and you want a new or replacement denture or partial, you won’t go wrong selecting Total Freedom Dental
If you need an urgent or non-urgent repair or reline, call our office today at 480-860-9002
We understand that a fractured, cracked or chipped denture can bring your life to a halt. A broken denture can stop you from smiling, eating and sometimes speaking the way you normally do. We know that in addition to these problems a broken denture can affect your self-confidence. That is why we have brought in a denturist and offer same day emergency denture repairs to get you functioning and smiling again. We are also able to offer a quick turnaround time on other denture issues such as adjustment or relines. Our goal is to get your denture restored without interrupting your life.