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Dental Solutions of Stoney Creek
515 Baltimore Pike, Springfield, PA 19064

Losing your teeth because of age, injury, or dental disease can be an uncomfortable experience. If you wish to restore your smile’s appearance and function, it may be time to visit a dentist for affordable quality dentures.

What Happens When You Get Dentures?

The process for getting dentures sometimes involves several steps. First, your dentist will assess your bite and teeth, taking measurements and creating impressions of your bite. This allows him or her to craft a dental appliance that fits your mouth perfectly. If you require preparatory dental procedures like dental implants or extractions, these should be completed before you receive your permanent denture. You may receive a temporary denture to wear while your mouth recovers. When your mouth has fully healed, your dentist will affix your permanent appliance. Your dentist will also perform any necessary adjustments to make your device fit more comfortably.

What Are the Different Types of Dentures?

Modern dentistry has made it possible to offer several unique types of dentures in Springfield. Here are a few of the denture options we offer to restore your smile:

Full or Partial Dentures

Crafted using durable materials like porcelain, metal, and acrylic resin, full dentures are designed to replace a full arch of teeth. A full denture can be secured in place using dental implants, or it can rest along the gum line in a more traditional method. Before a full denture can be placed, all diseased teeth should be extracted. However, if you still have healthy teeth, a partial denture may be a good option for you. With a partial, the denture is secured in place as a bridge. Adjacent teeth support the partial and are attached with metal clasps. Both full and partial dentures should be removed each night for cleaning.

Flexible Partial Denture

A comfortable alternative to a rigid, acrylic denture, a flexible partial denture is designed to bend as your mouth moves. These appliances are made using soft, pliable materials and do not contain metal clasps. They’re virtually invisible in the mouth, creating an unobtrusive denture-wearing experience.

Implant-Supported Denture

Implant-supported dental appliances offer stability and a secure fit. These dentures are held in place using dental implants, which are placed inside the jaw. To receive this type of denture, you must have sufficient jawbone to support the implants. Your dentist will determine whether an implant-supported denture is right for you.

How Much Will Dentures Cost at Your Practice?

Each person has a unique dental situation, and because of this the cost of denture treatment will vary from person to person. At your consultation, your dentist will outline your treatment plan and explain the anticipated charges. Typically, these charges include any preliminary treatment, all materials used throughout the procedure, and any required follow-up appointments. Please contact us for more details about denture pricing.

What Are Dentures and How Are They Used?

When lost teeth are affecting your quality of life, dentures in Springfield can be an effective treatment option. A denture is a row of artificial teeth that are affixed to a metal frame or a dental implant. Wearing a denture can help stabilize your bite as well as restore your smile’s appearance. Call us today for more information about our affordable quality dentures.

Soft Denture Reline: Do I Need One?

If your dentures are causing you discomfort, it may be time to consider a soft reline. Simple and cost-effective, this procedure involves a dentist relining your denture with a soft, flexible material. Soft relines can help reduce irritation caused by regular denture wear.

How Do All-on-Four Dentures Work?

Due to advances in denture implant technology, All-on-Four dentures have become a popular choice among those who desire a stable hold and increased chewing power. During this procedure, a dentist uses four dental implants in the lower jaw to attach a full set of pontic teeth. To learn more about this innovative procedure, please call our office.

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    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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    9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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515 Baltimore Pike, Springfield, PA 19064

(610) 572-4627