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By Joseph DuRoss, DDS
July 07, 2021
Category: General
Tags: Dentures  

Dentures can be life-changing for anyone who has lost multiple teeth either due to injury, decay, or other types of medical conditions. They can not only return the function of your teeth, important for speaking and eating, they also give back your smile and your face its natural appearance. Missing teeth may cause the muscles on your face to sag which can make you look much older, and a brand new set of teeth can often improve upon your natural smile. If you would like to learn more about the types of dentures available reach out to your Long Beach, CA, dentist Dr. Joseph DuRoss.

Removable Dentures

These are what we most commonly associate with dentures, they are a full set of either the upper arch, lower, or both. They are the typical solution for anyone who has lost most or all of their teeth. As the name suggests these are removable and should be taken off at night to sleep. They are made of a variety of materials to match the appearance of your gums and natural teeth.

Immediate Dentures

Once remaining teeth are removed it can take months for your mouth to fully heal, so in the meantime, your dentist may prescribe immediate dentures. These are temporary dentures that can be worn the same day as the last extraction so that you are not without teeth in the meantime, but they are not a proper solution for the long term.

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are an alternative for when you still have a number of healthy teeth, it's onto these that partials are clipped onto. These tend to be a more cost-effective alternative to other dental treatments, but it can take some time to be used to them.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Dentures supported with dental implants are yet another option for those looking for an alternative to traditional dentures. Although many of the complaints regarding removable dentures are often related to an improper fit, which can be addressed with regular visits to your dentist, implant-supported dentures can nonetheless address these. These types of dentures attached to implants that are permanently bonded directly to the bone of your jaw.

Dentures in Long Beach, CA

Schedule a consultation today to explore the choices available for restoring your smile, make an appointment with Dr. DuRoss in Long Beach, CA, by dialing (562) 424-8537.

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