Naylors Court Dental Partners

What are the different types of dentures?

There are several different types of dentures you can get to restore your smile. Not only do dentures complete your smile, but they can also support your facial muscles, improve your speech, and help you bite and chew properly. 

Depending on your oral health and smile goals, Dr. Virmani and our team can determine which restorative treatment is right for you. 

Here are three of the most common types of dentures that people use to replace missing teeth.

#1 Traditional Complete Full Dentures 

Traditional complete full dentures are used when a person doesn’t have any natural teeth left. These dentures sit on top of the gums and help create a more seamless smile. 

#2 Partial Dentures 

Partial dentures are used when a person has some remaining natural teeth. The base is connected to a metal piece that holds the dentures in place. Partial dentures rely on surrounding teeth for stability as well, and they help prevent your natural teeth from shifting in the mouth. 

#3 Implant-Supported Dentures 

Just like the name implies, these dentures are supported by dental implants. The implant is the foundation, providing stability and security for the denture. These dentures are durable, long-lasting, and look just like a natural smile looks. 

We Can Recreate Your Natural Smile 

If you live with tooth loss and want to achieve a complete smile, call us today to schedule a consultation. Our team enjoys helping patients find the ideal treatment for their oral health needs and smile goals.

We look forward to helping you recreate your best smile! 

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