Tailored Prosthetic Solutions

Complete dentures are used when all teeth in an arch are missing, providing a full set of artificial teeth. They rest on the gums and can be removed for cleaning and sleeping. Partial dentures, on the other hand, are suitable for those who still retain some of their natural teeth. These dentures fill in the gaps created by missing teeth and are often anchored to the remaining natural teeth with clasps or precision attachments, providing stability and preventing the natural teeth from shifting.

The Fabrication Process

The Fabrication Process

The process of getting dentures at Gardena Family Dentistry and Orthodontics begins with a detailed assessment of your oral health and dental needs. Impressions of your jaw and measurements are taken to create dentures that fit comfortably and functionally. The team works closely with dental laboratories to ensure that each denture is crafted to meet the highest standards of aesthetics and fit. Throughout the process, patients are involved in selecting the shape, size, and color of the prosthetic teeth, ensuring the final product enhances their natural smile.

Partial Dentures Advantages And Adaptation

Advantages and Adaptation

Dentures offer several benefits to individuals facing tooth loss:

  • Restored Functionality: Dentures enable normal chewing and speaking, improving overall quality of life.

  • Enhanced Appearance: Modern dentures look natural and can dramatically improve a person's appearance by providing support for the facial muscles.

  • Customization: Each set of dentures is tailored to the individual, ensuring a comfortable fit and a natural look.