Are your dentures uncomfortable or make you look older than you really are? At Future of Dentistry, we offer customized permanent dentures, implant dentures, and partial dentures that will look and feel just like your natural teeth!
Custom and Partial Dentures
We offer dentures that are custom-made to fit the particular shape and needs of your mouth. This allows you to have a denture experience that is far different than those offered to your grandparents’ generation.
When shaped to your unique mouth, our custom dentures can be partials instead. These partial dentures replace just a few teeth rather than a full arch.
Whether you opt for a custom or a partial denture, the goal is the same: restore functionality to your mouth for improved eating and speaking abilities. We want to help rejuvenate your bite as well as the shape of your face with our custom permanent or partial dentures.
For greater stability and peace of mind, denture implants can be used to reinforce both removable and permanent dentures. These implant dentures are also ideal if the adjacent teeth are too weak to support a bridge.
Benefits of Implant-Supported Dentures
Unknown to most patients who experience tooth loss is the problem of jawbone deterioration. The bone material that the tooth root is attached to is accustomed to physical stimulation produced by normal behaviors such as biting and chewing. As long as natural teeth are in place and disease is absent, our upper and lower jaws can be expected to remain healthy and intact.
Missing teeth and traditional dentures do not provide the natural and even pressure the jawbone is used to and, as a result, do nothing to combat the effects of jawbone resorption. This makes people look much older than they actually are. Implant dentures, on the other hand, are made to function just like real teeth with a dental implant acting as a new tooth root.
When implemented by our outstanding staff, these denture implants are designed to provide even pressure across the gums and jawbone. These permanent dentures rest partially on the muscles and are placed to build the bite at a position where the muscles will best function—the same position that provides the greatest facial support.
Denture implants work with permanent dentures to achieve stability and better facial aesthetics.