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About Dentures

Removable or implant-supported dentures are a great approach for restoring missing teeth. These dental appliances could make it more possible to speak and chew and, in addition, even revitalize the appearance of your smile following tooth loss. Dr. Dentist Two designs full and partial removable and implant-supported dentures for adults of all ages in City, ST. Full-arch dentures replace all of the teeth in the top arch, bottom arch, or both, whereas partial dentures are offered when a number of the natural teeth still remain intact in the jawbone. At DentalWorks - Hyperlingo, we can help you discover whether removable or implant-supported dentures are best for your requirements and have them made custom to produce an attractive look and easy fit. Call us for your restoration evaluation with to find out more.

Types of Dentures

Catering to each patient's unique needs is essential to us, so our City, ST practice provides many individualized denture options for tooth restoration:

  • Removable bridge-style dentures replace open holes left behind by a single or multiple missing teeth. They are secured in their position by discreetly fastening around close by teeth.
  • Removable single-arch dentures take the place of a whole or arch and are kept in place by the natural shape of the jaw or a denture glue.
  • Implant-supported dentures replace multiple or an entire arch of teeth. These appliances are put on top of oral posts in the jaw for elevated reliability.
  • Immediate complete dentures are put in promptly after the real teeth are extracted. The fit of these restorations might be customized as the gums heal.
  • Traditional full dentures are placed when teeth have previously been removed and the oral cavity is completely healed.

Are You a Candidate for Dentures?

Suitable candidates for receiving dentures can be any individuals who are missing any number of teeth or need to have teeth extracted. Dentures function to elevate your dental function, let you consume healthful foods, and help sustain your facial volume. These restorations work well when the gum tissues are healthy and there is an appropriate amount of bone for support. At your consultation with, they will examine your oral health and go over your potential treatments depending on your needs, cosmetic goals, and budget. After we talk with you, a member of our team will be able to help you determine if dentures are right for your oral health and kind may best suit your unique circumstances.

What Is the Denture Process?

Our staff will start the restoration process by making digital or physical impressions of your top and lower arches. These impressions are then given to a highly advanced dental lab, who will make your customized dentures. Complete and bridge dentures are made with lightweight resin, which could be supported by a titanium inner structure. Created with high-quality biocompatible materials, dentures are intended to mimic the appearance of actual teeth and gums. As soon as your restorations are created and are sent to DentalWorks - Hyperlingo, we will have you come back for a fitting visit. will alter your dentures so they are comfortable or fasten them to previously placed metal implants. Our team will also review the appropriate techniques to take care of your new dentures.

Caring for Your Tooth Replacement

Carrying out your daily tasks, like chewing and speaking easily, will require some time; however, they will become easier over time. Whenever your dentures seem to be shifting around, get in touch with DentalWorks - Hyperlingo so we can schedule a modification follow-up. You should care for your dentures by cleaning them using a gentle brush after every meal and keeping them in water at night to keep them from drying out. We advise you to return to DentalWorks - Hyperlingo for annual assessments so can monitor the condition of your dentures and your overall dental wellness for a number of years in the future.

Are Dentures Covered by Insurance?

Personalized dentures could be covered to some degree with a large number of insurance plans. Our facility will reach out to your insurance company to learn about your extent of coverage; when this happens, we will calculate any potential expenses. During your appointment with, they will customize your procedure program so your restorations fit both your aims and wallet. To the tooth restoration process accessible, DentalWorks - Hyperlingo takes many types of payments, including low-interest payment plans.

FAQ About Dentures

1. What are dentures made of?

Dentures are made of a hard resin, which makes them durable. Dentures are generally more fragile than natural teeth and can chip and crack, which makes it important to care for them properly. The support that holds the teeth in place is also made of a resin material or a flexible polymer material that is custom-made to fit snugly around the natural gum line. A new set of dentures is usually needed about every five years.

2. What are some benefits of wearing dentures?

Dentures can improve the appearance of your smile and help maintain the structure of your mouth. This makes it easier to talk and chew naturally. Dentures are a great solution for patients looking to replace teeth that may be causing oral health issues.

3. How are dentures applied?

First, the patient’s mouth is prepared with a routine cleaning, the filing of natural teeth, or even with tooth extractions. This process will vary from patient to patient. After the mouth is ready, digital x-rays are taken, which are sent to a dental lab to create the custom dentures. Temporary dentures are worn until your permanent restoration is ready. Adjustments are made to create a more comfortable and secure fit.

4. Will I have to change my diet when I have dentures?

Generally, you will be able to eat normally, however, it may take time to get used to eating comfortably with dentures. Denture adhesive can help to stabilize your dentures so they stay in place while you’re going through the adjustment period.

5. How do I clean my dentures?

You should clean your dentures daily much like your natural teeth. This is because bacteria, plaque, and tartar can build on them leading to diminished oral health. To clean them, remove your dentures from your mouth and run clean water over them. This rinses off any leftover food particles. Next, brush them with a denture cleaner or mild soap and a denture brush. Never use regular toothpaste as it is too abrasive, which can lead to needing to replace your dentures sooner than the usual five-year time period. Always rinse them well after cleaning.

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Regain the capability to eat, speak to different people, and smile after tooth loss with an individualized tooth restoration. is pleased to offer full mouth and partial removable and implant-held dentures to people in City, ST. For more information about the ways dentures might enhance your smile, set up a visit at DentalWorks - Hyperlingo.

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