are the most commonly used type of cosmetic denture. They are designed to replace an entire arch of teeth and are supported by the gums and jawbone.
They are removable and can be easily cleaned and maintained. Traditional dentures are affordable and can be made from various materials, including porcelain, acrylic, and composite resin.
are similar to traditional dentures, but they are designed to replace only a few missing teeth. They are attached to the remaining natural teeth and can be easily removed for cleaning.
Partial dentures are an excellent option for people who have lost a few teeth but still have healthy teeth that can be used to support the denture.
are a temporary set made before tooth extraction. It is placed immediately after the extraction procedure to give the individual teeth while the patient’s gums heal and their permanent dentures are fabricated.
are similar to implant-supported dentures but are specially designed to fit over natural teeth or dental implants. They are more comfortable than traditional dentures and provide a more natural-looking smile. Overdentures are an excellent option for a more stable and comfortable feel.
are designed to be permanently fixed to the jawbone using dental implants. They are more stable than traditional dentures and do not require adhesives to stay in place. Implant-supported dentures are an excellent option for people who want a long-term solution to missing teeth.
are designed to snap onto dental implants or natural teeth. They are more stable than traditional dentures and do not require adhesives to stay in place. Snap-on dentures are an excellent option for people who want a more secure and comfortable denture.
are made from a flexible and soft material that conforms to the shape of your mouth. They are more comfortable than traditional dentures and do not require adhesives to stay in place. These are an excellent option for people who have sensitivity.
are custom-made to fit an individual’s unique mouth shape, tooth color, and bite pattern, providing a more natural look and feel.
You will meet with our skilled dentist to discuss your dental history, concerns, and specific goals for your new dentures. The dentist will examine your teeth and gums to determine the best course of treatment.
The dentist will take impressions and measurements of your mouth to create a custom mold for your dentures. This will ensure a comfortable and secure fit.
You will work with the dentist to select the materials, color, and shape of your new dentures to create a natural-looking smile that suits you.
Once the dentures are created, you will have a trial fitting to make sure they fit properly and comfortably. The dentist may make adjustments to the dentures as needed to ensure a perfect fit.
After any necessary adjustments are made, you will have a final fitting to ensure that your new dentures fit comfortably and securely. The dentist will provide instructions on how to care for your new dentures properly.
You may need to schedule follow-up appointments to ensure that your dentures continue to fit properly and make any necessary adjustments.
You will need to take proper care of your new dentures to ensure their longevity and prevent damage. This includes regular cleaning, soaking, and maintenance.
The cost of cosmetic dentures can vary depending on several factors, such as the type of dentures, the materials used, the complexity of the procedure, and the geographical location of the dental practice.
Full dentures are more expensive compared to partial dentures. In contrast, implant-supported dentures are typically the most expensive type of denture due to the cost of the dental implants themselves.
Custom dentures can also be more costly since they are tailored to an individual’s specific needs and preferences.
In general, the cost of cosmetic dentures can range from $300 per denture to $4000 per denture.