If you have missing permanent teeth, or decaying or damaged teeth need to be extracted, Comprehensive Dental Group in Larchmont, New York, can help. The expert dentists offer full and partial dentures to give you a complete set of teeth and the flattering smile you deserve. Call the office to schedule an appointment, or book one online today.
Dentures are removable or fixed artificial teeth that replace missing or extracted natural teeth. You might have missing teeth because of older age, genetics, severe tooth decay, gum disease, or extreme tooth damage.
Comprehensive Dental Group offers a variety of dentures to match your needs, lifestyle, and preferences.
Some of the many benefits you can expect when choosing dentures at Comprehensive Dental Group include:
Dentures look, function, and feel just like your natural teeth. They’re durable and long-lasting when cared for properly.
Comprehensive Dental Group offers many types of natural-looking dentures, including:
Full dentures replace all of your natural teeth on the top or bottom of your mouth. They are either fixed or removable.
Particle dentures replace just some missing permanent teeth.
Overdentures fit over the top of your natural teeth to improve the way they look, function, and feel.
Fixed dentures remain fixed in place and aren’t removable like traditional dentures. They attach to dental implants, which are artificial tooth roots.
Traditional dentures are removable. You can take them out of your mouth as needed and when you sleep.
Immediate dentures are artificial teeth that your dentist can place in your mouth right away after tooth extraction, rather than waiting for a period of healing. Immediate dentures allow you to get your new teeth right away, but you must have them adjusted after your mouth fully heals.
After discussing your oral health history, preferences, and your desired outcome, your Comprehensive Dental Group dentist lets you know which dentures best match your needs. They examine your teeth and gums and evaluate the results of your dental X-rays.
Take good care of your new dentures by brushing them daily or with a specialized denture-cleaning solution as directed by your dentist. Avoid chewing on hard objects, and call the Comprehensive Dental Group office if your dentures get damaged or lost.
To learn more about dentures and find out if you’re a candidate for them, call the Comprehensive Dental Group office or schedule an appointment online today.