Partial dentures: Get more smile for less!
Partial dentures are the most affordable option to replace missing teeth. Partial dentures look great and cost less than implants. Check out our before and after partial dentures pictures to see beautiful partials for front teeth, back teeth and everything in between. Learn more about types of permanent removable partial dentures. Wondering if partials are right for you? Get answers to your specific questions at a free consultation.
Before and After Partial Dentures
Check out these before and after partial dentures pictures! They show pictures of two types of upper partial dentures for front teeth that we made for our patients. In the first patient’s before and after, you see how we replaced bad teeth and gum disease with a flexible partial denture. It will carry her through her healing phase and looks so much better than her infected natural teeth. For the second patient, we replaced her missing natural teeth with a beautiful cast metal and acrylic partial.
We love offering our patients tooth replacement options that match their needs and their budget. Both of our patients have an easier time with oral hygiene and staying healthy. Now that the infected teeth are gone, they aren’t stuck on a soft food diet and can enjoy more food! There are many different types of partials that can be suited to each patient’s needs. See our section on partial customization further down the page to learn more about the amazing ways partials help our patients replace missing teeth while keeping their remaining teeth healthy!
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the right option for you?
Compared to implants or bridges, partial dentures cost less. Furthermore, they are the only dental treatment that you can keep adding teeth to. When they replace a missing tooth, they improve cosmetics and chewing. They also stop tooth shifting and support the sides of the mouth. A well designed partial can last for years with proper care of your remaining teeth.
Missing Multiple Upper Front Teeth
Upper Partial Denture by Dr. Bec
Metal and Acrylic Partial Denture
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Are Chronic Health Problems Making It Hard To Smile?
If chronic health problems can make simple tasks difficult, how much more do they complicate caring for your teeth and getting to the dentist. Many of our patients have lost teeth while dealing with chronic health problems. For some patients, it’s a spouse or child’s health condition that has led them to neglect their own mouth. If you have been through a period of difficult health problems and have lost teeth, we can help you get your smile back and take care of your remaining teeth. It’s never too late to smile!
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The Cost of Doing Nothing:
Bad teeth are more than just a pain. Infected teeth destroy bone and infection. To avoid expensive problems down the road, infected teeth must be extracted and replaced. The missing teeth can be replaced with implants, bridges, flexible partial dentures or traditional dentures. When comparing implants vs partial dentures cost, partials are definitely cheaper. In addition, they are covered by most dental insurances.
Wondering how to take care of your partial?
Watch this video to find out!
Partials Can Be Customized!
Unlike bridges, there are many types of partials that can solve many types of missing teeth problems. Partials also cost less than other tooth replacement options like multiple bridges, implants or full dentures. Do you have missing upper front teeth and a broken upper back tooth? Take care of both with one partial. You can easily do the same and take care of multiple missing lower teeth with one partial. Unlike bridges and implants, partials aren’t limited to neighboring teeth. They can replace almost any combination of missing upper teeth or of missing lower teeth. The ability to combine metal clasps with gum colored acrylic and other materials make these a very customizable oral health solution!
Check out this blog to learn more about a partial denture for one tooth!