The Partha's Dental Clinic

DENTURES


What is a cosmetic denture?
Replacement of missing tooth is done through dentures. It can be removable / fixed/ implant supported dentures.

Here we give people a denture that’s indistinguishable from natural teeth, including the gums. We go as far as to even tint the gum tissue to make it look extremely natural. Our goal is that you won't be able to tell you're wearing a denture.

We use the best materials, the best teeth, and the best techniques to fabricate an absolutely drop-dead gorgeous denture that will fool anyone. People won’t know it’s a denture!

Traditional dentures:

Traditional dentures are dentures held in the mouth by nothing other than passive retention. This means that impressions are taken of the mouth (without teeth) and dentures are fabricated precisely to the underlying gum.You can remove it at night and wear them again in the morning.

Crowns and Bridges /Fixed Partial Denture

A crown is used to entirely cover or "cap" a damaged tooth. Besides strengthening a damaged tooth, a crown can be used to improve its appearance, shape or alignment. A crown can also be placed on top of an implant to provide a tooth-like shape and structure for function.

Unlike removable devices such as dentures, which you can take out and clean daily, crowns and bridges are cemented onto existing teeth or implants, and can only be removed by a dentist.

Implant Dentures (hybrid bridge)

This type of denture technically isn't a denture at all, it’s more like a fixed bridge. Typically 4 or 6 dental implants are placed on the upper and lower arch. The denture hybrid (implant denture) is actually fixed to the implants in the mouth. This is the most stable option and does not need to be removed each night. 

The advantage to implant supported dentures is that they are the most stable and aesthetic option; they are the best! 

ASK OUR SUGGESTION?
Consider Dental Implants When Reviewing Your Denture Options.

Bridges require crowns, which may compromise the life of any of your existing teeth that must be altered to accommodate bridges. In many cases, opting for bridges to replace a tooth can lead to accelerated decay and subsequent cavity formation.
Implants maintain the health of the existing bone and limit the amount lost over time. Implants can be used to replace multiple teeth (as in a bridge) or to retain or support partial and complete dentures, ensuring the quality of those options for replacement. Implants function like teeth, can be flossed and brushed like teeth and are not removed.