Custom dentures aren't just a set of replacement teeth, they offer patients the opportunity to smile, chew, and speak with confidence. The team at My Tooth Place in Westminster, California, are experts when it comes to fitting and making dentures. The professional team is ready to help you look and feel your best again with a denture option that’s right for your lifestyle. To find the proper denture option for you, call the office or schedule an appointment online.
The knowledgeable licensed dentists and cosmetic dentists at My Tooth Place offer a variety of all-in-one treatment options for patients of all ages. From the first appointment to the final set of dentures, or denture adjustments and denture relining, you can trust this expert team to deliver nothing but the best. Your denture options include:
At My Tooth Place, all dentures are constructed in-house by licensed dentists. This is a great benefit since you can see your dentures being made and adjusted throughout the process. From start to finish, your dentist can monitor and alter the look and feel of your dentures to make sure you end up with a smile you're proud to show off.
If you're in need of full dentures because you've lost your teeth due to decay, illness, or injury, you could be a perfect candidate for immediate dentures. Immediate dentures can be placed quickly, meaning you don't have to live without teeth for any period.
Keep in mind, though, that immediate dentures do not have a "try on" period and can take some time to feel normal. They need to be regularly relined to ensure a continued, comfortable fit.
Schedule a consultation at My Tooth Place to find out if immediate dentures are a match for your dental needs. If you are a great candidate, The metal framework provides strong support and helps with chewing when you are missing back teeth. No dental adhesives are required. The metal frame anchors to existing natural teeth to keep the dentures in place.
Acrylic partial dentures are another option. On the one hand, they tend to be cheaper than metal partials, but on the other hand, they don't last as long. They are typically used to replace front teeth as a temporary solution while the dentist constructs permanent partials or bridges.