Removable dental replacements, or dentures, are a common service that we provide for our clients. We provide both complete dentures (for when all teeth are missing) and partial dentures (for when some teeth are missing).
There are both conventional and immediate dentures. Conventional dentures are made after the teeth have been removed and are placed 8 to 12 weeks after removal. Immediate dentures are made in advance and can be positioned as soon as the teeth are removed.
Patients may need dentures for a variety of reasons. We promise to communicate with you throughout the process in order to provide you with the best dental care possible.
Dentures can solve a wide range of problems for patients who have had their teeth removed. Dentures can allow patients to use their mouths more normally again, like they were able to before losing their teeth.
To learn more about our denture services and how we can care for your oral health, please don’t hesitate to contact us today. We’d be happy to speak with you and answer any questions you may have.
Frequently asked questions
ARE DENTURES RIGHT FOR ME?
DO YOU STRUGGLE WITH TOOTH LOSS? HAVE YOU SAID GOODBYE TO TOO MANY FAVORITE FOODS, NIGHTS OUT WITH FRIENDS, OR NOTICED A CHANGE IN WEIGHT?
Option #1: Traditional Complete Dentures
Traditional dentures (also known as full dentures or conventional dentures) are a popular choice among patients who are missing teeth and desire a beautiful smile. At Carmel Mountain Dentistry, Dr. Bunker can custom-make your own set of removable dentures to give you that “noticeably unnoticeable” beautiful set of teeth.
Option #2: Partial Dentures
Have you lost only one, or a few teeth? A partial denture is a seamless solution. We’ll carefully match the natural shape, size and color of your teeth to create the perfect dental solution. Customized to be removable, or fixed into place as a dental bridge, partial dentures allow you to smile, eat and speak again without stress.
Option #3: Implant Supported Dentures
Implant supported dentures are the most secure and permanent dental solution after tooth loss. Also known as implant retained dentures or simply implant dentures, these fixed dental prosthetics remain firmly in place and won’t shift, budge or move when you eat or speak.