If you have missing teeth that need to be replaced, you may be thinking about getting dentures. At our dental practice, Pearla Dental, you can receive many different types of dental services including Northborough dentures
to replace missing teeth.
When you have lost natural teeth, you want to have them replaced for many different reasons. When you have a lot of missing teeth, you will need to get full or partial dentures. Full dentures replace a full row of teeth. Partial dentures replace many teeth but not all teeth, and are made to fit around existing teeth. Bridges not only help to once again give you a beautiful smile, but they will also help to maintain the shape of your face as well as alleviate stress on remaining teeth. At our dental practice, our dentist will make sure that your new dentures are not only attractive, but that they are fully comfortable to wear and to eat with. A denture can also be referred to as a removable bridge. It is removed from the mouth several times a day so that it can be cleaned. Today, some of our patients choose to have dentures secured with dental implants. Dental implants make the dentures more comfortable to wear, and allows our patients to feel more relaxed knowing that they will not need to worry about being embarrassed by the dentures slipping and interfering with eating or speaking. When you leave our dental practice with your new dentures, you will have complete information on how to take care of them. When you receive dentures immediately after teeth extraction, you will receive immediate dentures. These dentures are not meant to be permanent, but are useful until your gums have healed. After several weeks of healing, you will be ready to receive your complete Northborough dentures.
If you would like to meet with our dentist regarding learning about which type of tooth replacement method will work for you, including Northborough dentures
, contact our office and let them know that you would like to meet with our dentist regarding replacing missing teeth.
By Pearla Dental
February 23, 2017