If missing teeth makes you self conscious, removable or implant-secured dentures offer replacement teeth to improve your smile and increase self confidence. Ramona Dental Group in Ramona, California, offers custom-made dentures for a long-lasting smile. Call the practice or schedule an appointment online today to learn how dentures can revitalize your smile.
Dentures are removable or fixed appliances to replace an entire arch of teeth. If you’re missing all of your top teeth, or all of your bottom teeth, dentures can replace them. Partial dentures can replace one or more missing teeth. Not only do dentures give you teeth where you have no natural teeth, but they improve the structure of your face and prevent your cheeks from sinking in.
Anyone missing teeth is a good candidate for dentures. You have a choice of removable dentures that you can take out for cleaning and sleeping, or implant-secured dentures if X-rays indicate your jawbone can support the implant. The team at Ramona Dental Group helps determine whether removable or implant-secured dentures are the right option for you.
Not only can dentures improve your smile and restore your confidence in your appearance, but dentures that replace teeth offer a variety of benefits, including:
Dentures are especially beneficial to people who try to hide their smile due to missing teeth. When you feel good about your appearance, you’ll have greater self confidence, which can drastically improve your overall quality of life.
Keeping dentures free from stains requires proper care and is similar to good dental hygiene practices for natural teeth. To maintain the appearance and function of your dentures:
You should schedule an appointment with the Ramona Dental Group if your dentures start feeling loose or cause irritation and sores in your mouth.
Learn more about full or partial dentures and find out whether removable or implant-secured dentures are the right option for replacing your missing teeth. Call Ramona Dental Group or use the online form to schedule an appointment today.