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If you haven’t looked at dentures lately, you might be surprised at how lifelike they are, thanks to improved materials and manufacturing methods. You can no longer easily pick the dentures wearers out of a crowd! Some of the newest types of dentures are those attached to dental implants. This method improves upon their existing benefits.Read Transcript
- Although wearing replacement teeth gives your face a fuller, younger appearance, dental implants will keep it looking that way longer. Dental implants stimulate your jaw just like your own tooth roots do, which keeps your bone from shrinking.
- By providing such a stable foundation for replacement teeth, dental implants give you more biting and chewing power. You won’t have to worry about your replacement teeth coming loose while you eat.
If dentures with implants aren’t for you, our Royal Oak, MI dentists can provide traditional dentures, either full or partial. To find out which teeth replacements are right for you, call 248-712-1522.
You Have Many Choices
Types of dentures available from our dentists include:
- Full. This is the traditional replacement for a full mouth of teeth.
- Partials. If you still have teeth in good condition, partial dentures may be a good choice for you.
- Temporary. You can get dentures to wear as soon as your teeth are extracted, so you won’t be without your smile.
- Implant-retained. These snap onto implants with balls on top of the implants. They’re easy to remove for cleaning.
- Implant-supported. These attach with a sturdy bar or screw onto your implants and typically are removed only by a dentist. You care for your teeth as before, with regular brushing and flossing.
Thanks to their implant expertise, our dentists can also perform an All-on-4®, a procedure where they attach a full arch of replacement teeth to just four dental implants. If all the options seem confusing, our dentists will help you decide. They’ll take into account factors like:
- Number of teeth remaining
- Condition of existing teeth
- Overall health
For more information on dentures, call North Oaks Dental at 248-712-1522.