Dentures & Partial Dentures
Custom dentures aren't just a set of replacement teeth. They're a path toward freedom, offering you the opportunity to smile, chew, and speak with confidence. Loveland Dental Group's licensed denturists and dentists are experts at fitting and making dentures. Located in High Point, Cornelius, Concord, Winston-Salem and Mooresville, North Carolina and Fort Mill, South Carolina, the knowledgeable team is ready to help you enjoy everything life has to offer with a denture option that's best for you. Schedule a quick consultation online or call today.
What denture options are available?
The expert cosmetic dentists and licensed denturists provide a variety of treatment solutions for men and women of all ages. From the initial consultation to the first denture fitting, or denture repairs and denture relining, this skilled team utilizes the highest quality materials to deliver the best overall experience. Denture options include:
- Metal framework partial dentures
- Acrylic partial dentures
- Dental implants and crowns
- Denture relines
- Soft denture liners
- Implant-supported dentures
All dentures are constructed by licensed denturists in an on-site dental lab. You can see your dentures throughout the process, which is a significant advantage. Your denturist can adjust the fit and feel of your dentures along the way to ensure your final smile is one that’s both comfortable and aesthetically pleasing.
Are immediate dentures right for me?
If you’re in need of full dentures because you’ve lost your teeth due to decay, illness, or injury, you could be a perfect candidate for immediate dentures. Immediate dentures mean you never have to be without teeth. Keep in mind, though, that immediate dentures do not have a “try on” period and can take some time to feel normal. They need to be regularly relined to ensure a continued, comfortable fit.
Are partial dentures a better choice for me?
Partial dentures with a metal framework are the most common type of partials. Unlike full dentures, which replace all of your natural teeth, partial dentures only replace missing teeth. the dentist or denturist takes measurements of your jaw and makes models of your mouth so they can construct your new dentures in their lab as efficiently as possible. Partial dentures with metal frames securely anchor to your existing teeth and stay in place without the use of dental adhesives.
Acrylic partial dentures are a less expensive option for tooth replacement; however, they’re also less durable than metal ones. Acrylic partials are usually a short-term solution that’s worn while the dentist makes permanent bridges or partials.
Can my dentures be repaired?
The licensed denturists can repair full or partial custom dentures while you wait or in a few hours, depending on the repairs needed. Denture repairs are completed on-site.
Loveland Dental Group is here to answer your questions and restore your smile. Learn more about dentures near you today. Call today or book your dental consultation online.