Advanced Dental Care of Brandon
625 Medical Care Drive, Brandon, FL 33511

Dentures in Brandon, FL

What Are the Benefits of Dentures?

There are many advantages to replacing lost teeth with dentures. For one, these dental appliances can make it much easier to speak and chew properly. Secondly, they can restore your appearance by sustaining your underlying facial structure, which often falls when you lose your teeth. Perhaps most importantly, they can help you reclaim your confidence. These dental appliances are comprised of artificial teeth that are supported by a frame or dental implants. They are customized just for you to provide full comfort and dental function. They are also an affordable dental solution because they can stay strong for a decade or more with daily care.

Are They Many Types of Dentures?

Yes, and the number of choices can seem overwhelming. Rest assured that our dentists have the expertise in dentures in Brandon to help you determine the proper denture for you after a thorough examination. For a general guide to your choices, please review the details about the following denture varieties.

What Are the Features of Full and Partial Dentures?

Full dentures are also referred to as complete dentures because they replace your complete set of upper and lower teeth. The procedure entails having a dentist extract the remaining natural teeth and giving you a temporary denture to wear until your gums heal and your permanent denture is complete. Upon healing, you will return to the dentist to fit your custom-made permanent denture. You can opt for a fixed full denture that is embedded into your gums with dental implants, or choose a removable full denture that gently rests on top of your gums and can be removed.

When only one or two teeth are missing, you will find a partial denture lets you simply replace those missing teeth and keep your other natural teeth. A partial denture is built on a bridge-like structure. But unlike a permanent bridge, it has metal clasps that attach to the nearby teeth to hold it in place until it’s removed at night for cleaning.

Why Choose Flexible Partial Dentures?

If you’re looking for a denture without metal clasps and a solid foundation, then these dentures may be right for you. They feature flexible clasps and a soft base made of a supple, lightweight material that conforms to the natural shape of your mouth for maximum comfort. And since the base is made of a gum-colored substance instead of a shiny metal, they are much more discreet to wear.

When Do Dentists Recommend Implant-Supported Dentures?

Rather than resting on top of the gums, this kind of denture gets securely inserted into your jaw with either a pair or a quad of dental implants. It usually replaces lower missing teeth since upper dentures don’t need the extra support of implants. These must be removed every night for cleaning, just like a traditional denture.

Why Are All-on-Four Dentures So Popular Today?

This innovative denture technique only requires four dental implants to support an entire set of replacement teeth. The procedure is in high demand because it is less invasive, more convenient, and provides greater biting strength.

Are There Many Steps in the Denture Process?

Getting dentures is much easier than you may think. The dentures you select and your dental health condition will determine the specific steps of the procedure. Usually, dental impressions and measurements are first taken by the dentist to ensure a proper denture fit. Then, any damaged or decayed teeth are gently extracted and a temporary denture is provided for you to wear. If you get an implant-supported denture, then our dentist will embed the implants instead at this time.

As soon as your partial or full denture is prepared, our dentist will fit it and make the necessary adjustments to restore your complete function and comfort.

Is It Possible to Get Affordable Quality Dentures?

If you’re worried about how much dentures cost, you’re not alone. The final cost will be based on certain aspects, including the sort of denture you get, the materials required for its creation, and any dental preparation you may need. Our dental practice prides itself on offering high-quality, comfortable dentures that patients can afford. Call our office for more information or to make an appointment for a consultation with one of our experienced dentists.

Could a Soft Denture Reline Be Right for You?

This option is ideal for people seeking a softer, more flexible alternative to the hard acrylic lining substance used in a traditional denture. This type of denture stays soft and pliable for a number years, so it eliminates the discomfort and pain of a firm traditional denture.

You don’t have to live with the discomfort and inconvenience of missing teeth. Our highly-skilled dentists can provide you with affordable quality dentures that restore your smile and dental health without harming your budget. To find out if a denture is right for you, contact our practice today.

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