922 Waltham St #202 Lexington, MA 02421

(781) 861-7645

922 Waltham St #202 Lexington, MA 02421

922 Waltham St #202 Lexington, MA 02421
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Complete and Partial Dentures

Denture | Dentures Lexington MA

Complete and Partial Dentures Lexington MA

Dentures are a removable mouth appliances used for teeth replacement. Patients may have experienced teeth loss due to gum disease, decay, or injury. These appliances allow patients to restore their smile and improve their chewing and speaking abilities. We encourage patients to replace missing teeth as soon as possible to avoid more dental issues. Existing teeth have higher risks of decay and gum disease. Also, patients may notice unnatural teeth shifting and more tooth loss. Our team of prosthodontist will customize your set to assure they fit properly and look very natural. Learn more about them below and contact us today.

Types of Dentures

Dentures are either complete or partial depending on the patient’s need. Those who are missing all of their teeth, whether top or bottom, need completes. While patients who are missing some teeth, will benefit from partials.

These removable mouth appliances are further defined as either conventional, immediate, or overdenture. Conventionals are custom-made and inserted after final tooth removal and gums have healed.  These can take months to receive but are preferred due to their ideal comfort. Immediates are convenient because they are given to you the same day as tooth removal. Once the gums heal, however, the patient needs to return to readjust the dentures. Lastly, overdentures use existing, healthy teeth or dental implants for attachment.

How do I maintain my them?

Dentures are fragile, so be sure to handle them with care. Also, brush your dentures at least twice a day and store them in clean water. Also, brush the inside of your cheeks, tongue, and palate to remove bacteria. Proper denture and oral hygiene maintenance will also prevent odor and mouth sores.

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Replacing teeth is essential for your oral health. Contact us to learn more about your options. Call (781) 861-7645 or book an appointment here.

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