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Why Partial Dentures Are Still A Reliable Choice

Jun 16, 2019

Some patients may not qualify for dental implants due to a variety of reasons, including health issues and other complications. Due to this, partial dentures from Brechon Dental are often recommended so that patients can restore their smiles and keep teeth healthy for as long as possible.

What Are Partial Dentures?

Partial dentures may be fixed or removable, but both offer several benefits to patients.

Fixed dentures – With fixed dentures, your teeth are anchored into the mouth using two crowns that have been placed on natural and healthy teeth in the mouth. These are also known as a dental bridge and can be applied by your local Brechon Dental dentist.

Removable dentures – These dentures are kept in the mouth using small attachments that clasp onto natural teeth. They won’t be able to handle as much force as real teeth, so dietary restrictions may be necessary in order to keep the denture from breaking.

If you want a smile that looks natural, you are in the best of hands. We make sure your dentures look just like your real teeth, giving you a beautiful smile that looks natural.

How Do I Get Partial Dentures?

Partial dentures are designed with extreme care and precision so ensure that they fit properly in the mouth and look their best. You will receive a full evaluation of your mouth and your dentist will gather information.

Any oral health issues you have will be treated and a digital x-ray will be taken along with impressions of your teeth so that the dental team can craft a mold. You will then speak with your dentist about how you want your teeth to look as well as any goals you have for your smile. The dentures will be created and fitted onto teeth.

If you’re missing teeth in the mouth and do not qualify for dental implants, you can still restore the beauty of your smile with partial dentures from Brechon Dental in Belvidere. With our dental team, you will get premier care and be able to smile with confidence.

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