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Dentures & PartialsClaremont, CA

Dentures & PartialsAn Overview

Our dentists offer dentures to restore a patients’ smile after tooth loss. High-quality dentures can help patients regain the function and beauty of their smile, boosting self-confidence and oral health.

Claremont Dental Institute provides patients with comfortable, stable, quality dentures that look and feel like natural teeth. Created with digital technology and imaging, we fabricate your dentures in our in-house dental lab for improved results.

By keeping our dental restorations in-house, we allow for more fine detailing, and patients enjoy faster results and a better-fit denture.

Dentures do more than replace missing teeth—they can help restore confidence and improve the quality of your life.

When designing dentures, our dentists take your entire facial structure, color, size, and your personal preferences into consideration. We use modern dental materials that allow for a more natural-looking denture that fits your facial esthetic.

We strive to work with patients to create a denture that feels good and enhances your appearance while supporting improved oral wellness.

Dental Implant-secured Dentures

implant-secured dentures for missing teeth in Claremont California

When choosing dentures, some patients may opt for securing the denture using dental implants. Qualifying patients can benefit from implant-supported dentures in many ways. Dental implants help to promote healthy bone growth and prevent facial sagging often associated with tooth loss. Dental implant-secured dentures make it possible for edentulous patients to enjoy a healthy, varied diet without restriction.

Our oral surgeon places the dental implant posts into healthy bone tissue and allows them to fuse with the jaw. The implants create a stable foundation that anchors the denture in place, reducing or eliminating the embarrassment of loose dentures prone to slipping.

The implants provide strong and stable support for the dentures, allowing you to speak and chew with ease. They also help keep your jawbone strong and healthy by providing stimulation to your jaw while you eat. This reduces the risk of bone atrophy that can accompany traditional dentures.

Unlike traditional dentures, which can be uncomfortable and may slip, implant-secured dentures are secure, natural looking, and comfortable to wear all day long.

Dentures FAQs

What are the benefits of having an implant-secured denture?

An implant-secured denture offers a higher level of stability and security compared to traditional, removable dentures. Implant-secured dentures will save you money in the long run, as they do not require constant adjustments and replacements. They also increase comfort and functionality, as they move at the same rate as natural teeth.

What dangers are associated with tooth loss?

Losing a majority of your teeth can often mean relying on a diet of primarily soft foods, reducing nutritional intake. In addition, you can have trouble speaking clearly and people understanding you.

The loss of tooth roots also means the body stops sending doses of calcium and phosphorus to the jawbone. Without these nutrients, the jawbone will dissolve and lead to facial collapse which causes a significantly older appearance.

How much does an implant-secured denture cost?

The cost of an implant-secured denture will depend on factors such as the type of dental implant, the number of implant posts we use, and the materials we use for the denture itself. Generally speaking, it will cost more than a traditional denture.

How do full dentures work?

Traditional full dentures are removable and replace all of your teeth. They consist of an acrylic base that mimics the look of natural gum tissue. There is also a full row of lifelike teeth and the prosthetic holds in place with natural suction.

Can dentures be supported with dental implants?

Yes. Our oral surgeon can surgically insert multiple implant posts into your jaw to support the new prosthetic. The denture is fixed in place, meaning you don’t need to remove it for soaking or maintenance. The implants can also stimulate jawbone growth, helping you avoid the onset of facial collapse.

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I am so grateful to have Dr. Patel and his supporting staff as part of my life. Dr. Patel took a good care of my smile. He listened to my concerns and he soothed my doubts by assuring me that he would do his best until I was fully pleased…Nicoleta D.
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Dentures & Partials What to Expect

When choosing a denture to replace missing teeth, your Claremont Dental Institute dentist will help you find the option that is right for you. There are several types of dentures that we offer. We will take your budget, cosmetic goals, and oral health into consideration to recommend the right denture for you. Here are some common denture prosthetics that we offer:

  • Partial dentures: We can provide a partial denture to replace several consecutively missing teeth. The dentist custom-designs the partial denture to fit snugly into your mouth. We will make sure it matches your bite and helps protect adjacent teeth from damage or loss.
  • Complete dentures (Fixed dentures): We will provide a complete denture to replace a full arch or full set of missing teeth. A full set of dentures is ideal for a quick way to restore missing teeth and the beauty and function of your smile.
  • Implant-Supported denture or partial denture: For some patients, dental implants can be used to secure a denture in place improving oral health and the stability of the denture

Denture Relining Services Claremont, CA

Your denture may be slightly uncomfortable at first, and you may take some time to adjust. Over time, dentures expand, and your jaw may change shape. As this occurs, you may find variance in the fit of the denture.

We provide our patients with in-house relining services to improve the comfort of their dentures. We use state-of-the-art digital technology to provide comfortable, seamless-fitting dentures.

  • Soft reline: A soft reline is a preferred method of relining the denture. Your dentist will add a liquid polymer layer to the denture to add extra padding and comfort. Your dentist will work with you to create a comfortable fit and will take the time to make minor adjustments until the denture feels right to you.
  • Hard reline: For more permanent results patients may choose to reshape their denture with a hard reline. Hard relining uses a more dense, durable material to reshape the denture. We can also use hard relining to repair cracks in your denture and help you avoid the cost of a new denture.