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If you are sometimes embarrassed about missing teeth or gaps in your smile, a partial or full denture could be the right choice for you. These dental devices are designed to replace missing teeth and to provide attractive and practical options for ensuring that you can chew, eat, and speak normally once again. Our dental team is committed to helping you look and feel your best.
What Is a Denture?
Dentures are appliances designed to take the place of natural teeth and to provide a healthier bite and a more attractive appearance. These devices are used for those who may have gaps in their teeth or whose teeth may be damaged or loosened by gum disease. A full or complete denture usually consists of a hard plastic or polymer plate that fits against the upper or lower gums. This plate holds the artificial teeth that fill in the gaps or act as a full replacement for natural teeth.
What Varieties of Affordable Quality Dentures Are Available?
Affordable quality dentures can help you look more attractive and can give you an added sense of confidence when eating, speaking and engaging with others. After your initial consultation, the dentist will suggest the right option for your needs. For example, those individuals that want more stability and have enough jawbone left will most likely be recommended a implant-based solution. Whether you need a full upper or lower denture or a replacement for one or two teeth, our team can provide you with the most practical solutions for restoring your smile to its former glory.
What Are Full or Complete Denture Appliances?
A complete or full denture is designed to replace all the teeth on either the upper or lower part of your mouth. In some cases, these dental appliances can be used to replace both. Our dental team will work with you to determine the most practical denture configuration for your needs. If you require a full denture, we will help you schedule the extractions and oral surgery visits necessary to ensure the best possible fit for these advanced dental appliances.
What Are Partial Dentures?
For our patients who are only missing one or two teeth and who have viable teeth next to the gaps, a partial denture is often a solid choice. These dental devices consist of a smaller plate or a wire framework or clasps that hold the replacement teeth in place. In most cases, your partial denture can be removed for cleaning and replaced when this process is complete.
What Is a Flexible Partial Denture?
For even greater comfort, our dental professionals may recommend a flexible partial denture. These devices are designed to be as comfortable as possible and to move with the movement of your jaw, which ensures that they look natural and feel better to wear over longer periods of time.
What Are Implant-Supported Dentures?
One of the most advanced denture options available from our practice, an implant-supported denture can provide added comfort and a more solid bite. Implant-supported dentures are available in removable and non-removable configurations to suit your needs and to provide you with the most attractive artificial teeth possible.
What Is the All-on-4® Treatment Concept?
All-on-4® dentures are an innovative and cost-effective way to replace all upper or lower teeth with permanently attached dentures. Your dentist will discuss this procedure with you. By opting for an All-on-4 treatment plan, you can reduce the number of implants required. This can significantly reduce the cost of these implants to help save you money on your overall treatment plan. The upper or lower denture is then attached to the implants to provide a secure substitute for your own natural teeth.
Should I Get Dentures?
If you are concerned about the condition of your teeth or want to correct gaps in your upper or lower teeth, our dental team would be delighted to see your for a consultation. We work hard to provide cost-effective and attractive options to resolve these issues. We will work with you to determine what type of denture is best suited to your needs.
How Much Do Dentures Cost?
Our dental office offers a variety of financial solutions to make sure that your dentures in South Ocala are as affordable as possible. Most dental plans cover at least a portion of the cost of these dental appliances. We also offer dental payment plans and dental discount plans that can help you manage the costs of your care. Don’t delay necessary treatment because of budgetary constraints, we might have a solution that works for you.
Do I Need a Soft Reline for Dentures?
A soft denture reline can sometimes provide added help in ensuring the best fit for your upper or lower dentures. Our team will discuss your options with you to determine if a reline is the right solution for you.
Schedule a Denture Consultation in Ocala Today
If you need dentures, our office will be happy to discuss your options with you in person. Call us today to schedule an initial consultation with our team. We look forward to the opportunity to serve you.