Dentures

Missing teeth can take a serious toll on your quality of life. Without a full set of teeth, chewing, smiling, and speaking may become difficult and embarrassing. Fortunately, dentures offer a way to replace several missing teeth or even an entire row of teeth.

Dentures use a high-tech acrylic base to replicate gum tissue and support a full set of durable, natural-looking teeth. Dentures stay in place by forming a seal with the existing natural gums.

You can choose partial, full, or implant-supported dentures to restore the function and aesthetics of your smile.

There are many reasons to consider dentures as your tooth replacement solution:
– Dentures can enhance your quality of life with the ability to eat comfortably, speak clearly, and smile with confidence.
– Implant-supported dentures can prevent jawbone deterioration. – Dentures help improve the appearance of sunken cheeks and puckered lips.
– Dentures can address the full spectrum of tooth loss, from localized areas to a complete arch.

Benefits of Implant-Supported Dentures

Implant-supported dentures are different from standard dentures. Instead of forming a seal with your gum tissue to stay in place, implant-supported dentures attach to implants inserted into the jawbone.

Each implant consists of a titanium implant that is surgically placed into the jaw to fuse with the bone and act as your tooth’s “roots.” Your dentures are affixed to the implants for ease of use, comfort, and durability.

Implant-supported dentures offer unique benefits for people recovering from tooth loss:
– They strengthen the jawbone by stimulating bone growth and preventing degradation.
– They provide total comfort, with no shifting or falling out.
– They lend a beautiful, natural appearance.

Dr. Tasto will examine the condition and health of your mouth to let you know if you’re a candidate for implant-supported dentures.

Partial Dentures

While complete dentures help patients who need all teeth replaced, partial dentures replace a smaller number of teeth using the same type of device.

The smaller base of a partial denture is designed to match the color of the gums, while the teeth closely resemble the existing teeth in the mouth. Several different techniques are used to install partial dentures, which can be permanent or removable based on your needs.

Call Torrey Hills Dental today to learn more about your denture options. Nobody should have to live with tooth loss, and thanks to dentures, you don’t have to!