By Lakeshore Dentistry & Implant Center
July 25, 2017
Category: Dental Procedures

Find out if dentures could be the best approach for replacing your missing teeth.dentures

Sure, there are certainly quite a few tooth replacement options to consider that perhaps you haven’t even thought about getting dentures. However, dentures could end up being the restoration you’ve been looking for. Our Holland, MI, dentists, Dr. Ryan Lebster, Dr. Jose Vivas and Dr. Arnold Baker, are here to explain why dentures may be the right tooth replacement for you.

You Need to Replace Missing Teeth

Whether you are missing a few or all of your teeth, dentures are one surefire way to replace the teeth that are missing. There are two different kinds of dentures: partial and full. As you may be able to imagine, partial dentures are placed when the person still has some healthy teeth. Full dentures, on the other hand, are used to replace all of your teeth.

You Want Your New Smile Fast

While dental implants are well worth the wait, it can still take up to one year to complete this process. If you are someone who doesn’t want to keep coming into the office for treatment and you just want a new smile quickly then dentures are often the best approach. You’ll only need to come in for a consultation and to take impressions of your mouth and then you’ll come back in when the dentures are created and need to be fitted.

Of course, it’s important that you continue to maintain good oral hygiene once you get your dentures. Dentures do require special maintenance and care to ensure that they last as long as possible. You will want to be dedicated to keeping your dentures looking and feeling their best by coming in for routine exams and occasional denture adjustments, cleaning them regularly and practicing good denture care.

Lakeshore Dentistry & Implant Center in Holland, MI, is ready to help you achieve a full smile once again. If you are considering dentures or other treatment options to restore your tooth loss, give us a call today to schedule your consultation.

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