What Are Dentures?
At White Mountain Dental, we are happy to offer dentures, which are removable oral appliances designed to replace missing teeth and the surrounding tissues. Dentures are composed of artificial teeth set on a supportive base that fits securely over the gums. Our team at White Mountain Dental understands the impact of missing teeth on oral function, aesthetics, and overall confidence. That’s why we provide custom-made dentures that are tailored to each patient’s unique needs. With precise measurements and expert craftsmanship, we ensure that our dentures provide a comfortable fit and a natural-looking appearance. Not only do dentures restore the ability to bite, chew, and speak properly, but they also help to improve facial aesthetics, giving you a more youthful and confident smile. With our personalized care and attention to detail, we strive to provide durable and aesthetically pleasing dentures that significantly enhance your oral function, restore your smile, and improve your quality of life.
Dentures provide improved biting, chewing, and speaking capabilities.
Dentures enhance the appearance of your smile, boosting confidence and self-esteem.
Dentures can replace multiple missing teeth or an entire arch, offering flexible treatment options.
Dentures are a more affordable tooth replacement option compared to dental implants or bridges.
Q: What are dentures made of?
A: Dentures are commonly crafted from high-quality materials, such as acrylic, metal, or a combination thereof.
Q: How long do dentures last?
A: With proper care and maintenance, well-fitted dentures can last 5-7 years before needing replacement.
Q: Can I eat normally with dentures?
A: Yes, dentures provide the freedom to comfortably enjoy a wide variety of foods, although minor dietary adjustments may be necessary.
Q: Can dentures improve my appearance?
A: Yes, dentures can enhance your smile and provide support for facial muscles, improving overall appearance.
Q: Are dentures comfortable to wear?
A: Dentures may require an adjustment period, but they should eventually feel comfortable with proper fit and adjustments.
Q: Can dentures be repaired if damaged?
A: Yes, most denture damage can be repaired by a dentist.