Partials & Full Dentures Treatment Sheboygan

If you’ve lost one or more teeth over the years you understand how hard it can be to enjoy even the simplest daily activities such as eating, speaking, and smiling. Thankfully, modern dentures are removable prosthetic devices that can effectively replace missing teeth and support the surrounding tissues in the mouth. When it’s time to replace one or more missing teeth make an appointment with Dr. Bloom to get your smile back and enjoy life feeling more confident and carefree.

Dentures are effective replacements for missing teeth and consist of two main categories: complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures work to support patients who are missing all of his or her teeth while partial dentures replace teeth between where natural teeth still remain. While traditional dentures are removable many modern styles of fixed dentures exist to rest comfortably in the mouth without needing to be removed. Dentures can be fixed in the mouth through bonding, clasping onto teeth, or with dental implants. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Bloom to discuss what denture treatment option will work best for your specific needs.

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Complete Dentures

Complete dentures are either conventional or immediate. Conventional dentures are custom made to perfectly fit your mouth and will be placed after the mouth and gums have completely healed following the possible extraction of remaining teeth. The base of the upper denture covers the roof of the mouth while the lower denture is a horseshoe shape that wraps around the bottom gums and allows the tongue to rest comfortably.

Immediate dentures are made prior to tooth removal and can be positioned directly after extraction, giving you a full smile right away. However, these dentures may need adjusting as the gums heal and should only be used a temporary solution while your custom made conventional dentures are prepared.

Partial Dentures

If you still have most of your healthy, permanent teeth, then we want you to keep them! Instead of replacing all of your teeth with a complete denture, you can celebrate your remaining healthy teeth by supporting them with the use of a partial denture. Partial dentures consists of replacement teeth attached to a plastic gum colored base. Depending on your specific dental needs, precision attachments can are an alternative to traditional denture placement with metal clasps and can look completely natural.

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Finding The Right Fit

Dr. Bloom wants you to feel totally satisfied with the fit and feel of your partial or complete dentures. When you come in for treatment, a series of detailed impressions of your teeth will be made and your dentures can be formed in a process that takes about 3-6 weeks. The model of your denture will be tested several times to ensure that it has the best fit, color, and shape before casting the final denture. All necessary adjustments are made before the final placement so you can enjoy a comfortable fit and look of your new smile that looks natural and feels great!

“I was having severe tooth pain and I sent out 5-6 emails to area dentists asking when they could see me and Bloom Family Dental was the only office that bothered getting back to me and so promptly! Had a consultation with Dr. Bloom today and he was very professional. The other staff members that assisted me – Stacey and Samantha – were so friendly and made my visit enjoyable. I’ll definitely be returning. Thank you!” –Megan F

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Partials & Full Dentures Treatment Sheboygan

If you’ve lost one or more teeth over the years you understand how hard it can be to enjoy even the simplest daily activities such as eating, speaking, and smiling. Thankfully, modern dentures are removable prosthetic devices that can effectively replace missing teeth and support the surrounding tissues in the mouth. When it’s time to replace one or more missing teeth make an appointment with Dr. Bloom to get your smile back and enjoy life feeling more confident and carefree.

Dentures are effective replacements for missing teeth and consist of two main categories: complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures work to support patients who are missing all of his or her teeth while partial dentures replace teeth between where natural teeth still remain. While traditional dentures are removable many modern styles of fixed dentures exist to rest comfortably in the mouth without needing to be removed. Dentures can be fixed in the mouth through bonding, clasping onto teeth, or with dental implants. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Bloom to discuss what denture treatment option will work best for your specific needs.

dentures

Complete Dentures

Complete dentures are either conventional or immediate. Conventional dentures are custom made to perfectly fit your mouth and will be placed after the mouth and gums have completely healed following the possible extraction of remaining teeth. The base of the upper denture covers the roof of the mouth while the lower denture is a horseshoe shape that wraps around the bottom gums and allows the tongue to rest comfortably.

Immediate dentures are made prior to tooth removal and can be positioned directly after extraction, giving you a full smile right away. However, these dentures may need adjusting as the gums heal and should only be used a temporary solution while your custom made conventional dentures are prepared.

Partial Dentures

If you still have most of your healthy, permanent teeth, then we want you to keep them! Instead of replacing all of your teeth with a complete denture, you can celebrate your remaining healthy teeth by supporting them with the use of a partial denture. Partial dentures consists of replacement teeth attached to a plastic gum colored base. Depending on your specific dental needs, precision attachments can are an alternative to traditional denture placement with metal clasps and can look completely natural.

dentures

Finding The Right Fit

Dr. Bloom wants you to feel totally satisfied with the fit and feel of your partial or complete dentures. When you come in for treatment, a series of detailed impressions of your teeth will be made and your dentures can be formed in a process that takes about 3-6 weeks. The model of your denture will be tested several times to ensure that it has the best fit, color, and shape before casting the final denture. All necessary adjustments are made before the final placement so you can enjoy a comfortable fit and look of your new smile that looks natural and feels great!

“I have always felt very comfortable with Dr. Bloom working on my teeth. He does a great job of putting people at ease.” –Sarah K.

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