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Dentures – Mesa AZ & Gilbert AZ

immediate dentures uncomfortable when used by denture wearersDentures are a type of prosthetic device that are used to replace missing teeth. They are made from a combination of acrylic resin, porcelain, or other materials, and are designed to fit snugly over the gums. Dentures can be used to replace a full set of teeth (called complete dentures) or just a few missing teeth (called partial dentures).

Our Gilbert and Mesa dentists pride in offering custom dentures to our patients. When you come in for a consultation, we will work with you to determine the best type of dentures for your needs and preferences. We will take impressions of your mouth and work with a dental lab to create a set of dentures that fit perfectly and look just like natural teeth.

There are many benefits to getting dentures, including the ability to chew and speak more easily, a more youthful appearance, and improved oral health. Dentures can also help to prevent the remaining teeth from shifting out of place and can support the facial muscles, which can help to maintain a more youthful appearance.

Who can benefit from dentures?

Full and partial dentures are typically recommended for people who are missing most or all of their teeth. They can be a great solution for people who have lost their teeth due to gum disease, tooth decay, or trauma. Dentures are also a good option for people who are unable to undergo more invasive procedures, such as dental implants.

Problems of Missing Teeth

traditional dentures and implant supported dentures after tooth extraction of remaining natural teethMissing teeth can lead to a number of problems, both cosmetic and functional. Some of the most common problems that people experience when they have missing teeth include:

  • Difficulty Chewing: When you have missing teeth, it can be difficult to chew food properly. This can cause digestive issues, such as indigestion, bloating, and constipation, as well as nutritional deficiencies due to an inability to properly break down food.
  • Speech Issues: Teeth play an important role in the way we speak, and missing teeth can cause speech impediments or even lead to slurred speech. This can have a significant impact on your ability to communicate clearly with others, both personally and professionally.
  • Bone Loss: When you lose teeth, the underlying bone tissue in your jaw can begin to deteriorate, leading to a number of problems. For example, your remaining teeth may become loose or shift out of place, which can cause bite problems, jaw pain, and even more tooth loss.
  • Facial Changes: Your teeth provide support to your facial muscles, and when you lose teeth, your facial structure can change. This can lead to a sunken, aged appearance that may affect your self-esteem and confidence.
  • Gum Disease: Missing teeth can also increase your risk of developing gum disease, as the gaps left by missing teeth can become breeding grounds for harmful bacteria. This can lead to further tooth loss, as well as other health problems such as heart disease and diabetes.

If you are experiencing any of these problems due to missing teeth, dentures may be an effective solution. Modern dentures can help restore your ability to chew and speak properly, prevent bone loss, and improve your overall appearance and confidence.

Why Elite Smiles

conventional dentures tooth replacement in gum tissueAt Elite Smiles, we are committed to providing the highest quality dental care to our patients. As a biological dental clinic, we use materials and techniques that are safe and gentle on the body. We understand that getting dentures can be a big decision, and we are here to help you every step of the way. Our team of skilled and compassionate dental professionals will work with you to ensure that you are comfortable and well-informed throughout the process.

If you are missing teeth and are considering full dentures or partial denture s, we encourage you to come in for a consultation at Elite Smiles. We will take the time to listen to your concerns and help you make the best decision for your oral health needs.