When you’re missing natural teeth, everyday activities can suddenly become more burdensome. Eating may be uncomfortable, and speaking can require additional effort, impacting the quality of your relationships and interactions. If you’re missing many teeth, your mouth can also begin to sag, adding unwanted years to your appearance.
Don’t let missing teeth cause you to miss out on life.
At Ridge Dental Care, we believe that embarrassment or discomfort should never interfere with the quality of our patients’ lives and that each individual deserves to feel confident about his or her smile. Our dental experts are on hand to analyze which type of dentures are best suited to your needs, unlocking a new level of oral care.
It’s time to take your power back and reclaim your smile.
Who’s a good candidate for dentures?
Any individual with substantial tooth loss is a good candidate for dentures, given that he or she has a strong jawbone and healthy gums. Our team can easily determine whether dentures are right for you. Simply book a free consultation and we’ll thoroughly assess the best solution to your smile concerns.
Are there different kinds of dentures?
We offer three different kinds of dentures based on an individual’s unique needs.
- Conventional - after all of your natural teeth have been removed and the healing process is complete, these fully removable dentures are customized to fit your mouth and enhance your smile.
- Immediate - the dentist will create a custom model of your teeth prior to your visit so that these removable dentures are ready to be worn on the same day. This way, you don’t have to be without teeth during the healing process.
- Overdenture - in the event of partial teeth removal, an overdenture can befitted over the remaining natural teeth. The removable overdenture fills the gaps and functions similarly to a dental implant.
Do dentures require extensive care?
At the beginning, you may experience a bit of soreness as you adapt to the new sensation of wearing your dentures. After a bit of time, they should start to feel natural and restore your smile-esteem. It’s important to maintain exemplary oral care by brushing your gums, tongue, and the roof of your mouth every morning before putting in your dentures. This will stimulate the tissue, prevent plaque buildup, and keep you on track for positive hygiene.
We’re here to provide guidance, answer questions and help you move into a new state of smile confidence. Schedule a free, no-strings-attached consultation today to find out whether dentures are right for you. Take the transformative first step towards the power of a healthy smile.