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Do you have a missing tooth or several missing teeth? You can restore your smile by getting a partial or full denture in Philadelphia.

What Is a Denture?

Your facial structure may change if you lose some of your teeth. You may also develop problems speaking or eating. Our dentists can rebuild your smile and improve your ability to chew and speak with dentures. These dental devices consist of attaching artificial teeth to a permanent implant or removable frame. We customize the shape, color, and translucency of the fake teeth to match your natural ones.

These devices also support the structure in your face. Since they last a long time with the right care, they are a good investment in your dental health.

Which High-Quality Dentures Are Affordable?

There are many affordable quality dentures available. Our dentists can recommend a solution that suits your needs after an assessment. However, a few options are outlined below.

Complete or Full Denture: What Is the Difference?

A complete denture and a full denture are the same thing. It replaces all of the teeth on your upper or lower jaw. If you are missing most of the teeth on one arch, the rest of the teeth are removed for this device. Our dentists can fit you for a permanent or removable appliance after your gums heal. The permanent denture anchors into your jaw, but the removable device rests on your gums.

What Are Partial Dentures?

Like bridges, partial dentures are devices that let you keep your natural teeth. Unlike bridges, they are not permanently attached. Instead, they use your remaining teeth to support a frame of crowns and clasps that slip over them. You have to remove them each night for cleaning.

How Does a Flexible Partial Denture Work?

A traditional partial denture uses metal materials. However, flexible partial dentures use lightweight, flexible materials. These make the devices more pleasant to wear, providing added comfort and the ability to bend with your mouth. They’re also gum-colored, so your smile will stand out more than the appliances.

Implant-Supported Dentures: What Are They?

Compared to a conventional denture, implant-supported dentures get support from dental implants. You can choose from permanent or removable options. Our dentists can tell you how many implants you will need for proper support.

The removable options include ball-retained and bar-retained appliances. The ball-retained option consists of metal, ball-like attachments and sockets that connect the implants. The bar-retained option consists of clasps that attach to a metal bar and connect up to five implants.

The fixed or permanent denture is an appliance that uses two or more implants for support. You don’t have to remove it for cleaning and can eat, talk, and smile as you do with your natural teeth.

What’s the All-on-4® Dentures Concept?

The All-on-4 concept is an improved implant-supported denture. The difference is that it uses four Nobel Biocare implants per arch with two positioned at an angle, while normal implant-supported dentures use one implant per tooth. This new way of placing implants improves stability and your natural bite.

What’s the Procedure for Getting Dentures?

The process for getting dentures in Philadelphia consists of several phases that depend on your denture choice and oral health. Your dentist will take measurements and impressions to order a correctly fitting denture. You may need to have diseased teeth removed and wear a temporary denture before receiving your permanent appliance. When you’re healed, we’ll give you the denture and make any needed adjustments. Contact our practice for more details.

Buying a Denture: How Much Is It?

Your dentures cost is based on your dental insurance benefits, necessary preparatory treatments, the denture that you want and the materials that are used to make it. Affordable options are available at our office in Philadelphia. Find out more about your cost after a consultation.

How Does a Soft Reline for Dentures Work?

Instead of a hard acrylic lining to adjust your denture, a soft denture reline consists of a soft material lining. It can last for as long as two years and decrease denture pain.

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