Today's dentures are aesthetically appealing and designed to fit your mouth. We offer both traditional and implant dentures.
Tooth loss can have a detrimental impact on your physical and emotional health. It can leave you embarrassed and eliminate many of the meals you once enjoyed, including nutritious foods like fruits and veggies that are now difficult to chew.
Our goal is to give you back your smile and contribute to your wellness through modern dentistry.
Today’s dentures are designed to fit the contours of your mouth. Additionally, today’s dentures rely on modern materials for a natural look.
Our dentures are aesthetically appealing and always created with you in mind.
The Denture process begins with an evaluation to make sure you’re a good candidate for dentures. If you have remaining teeth, these will be extracted.
We will keep you comfortable during the extraction process, and we offer everything from numbing agents to IV sedation, depending on your need and comfort level.
We take a thorough impression of your mouth and use this to create modern dentures that are customized specifically for you.
The process for partial dentures is similar and also begins with an evaluation by one of our dentists. Partial dentures are restoration teeth on an arch or dental plate. This arch fits around existing teeth, and the restorations fill in the gaps where teeth are missing.
If you’re looking for a more permanent solution to tooth loss, The All-on-4® is the best option. This option relies on dental implants to secure your denture in place.
A dental implant is a small titanium screw that is surgically implanted in your jaw. This thin post is secure, and it bonds with your jawbone creating a solid foundation for a restoration. A few implant posts are strong enough to support an entire denture!
Dental implants help prevent bone loss in the jaw, which can make dentures fit loosely over time.
An implant-supported denture means:
Whether you decide to go with removable dentures or All-on-4, it’s important to take care of these restorations. Dentures should be cleaned daily, and it’s important to visit one of our dentists regularly for exams.
Dentures and implant-supported dentures do not protect against gum disease or infections, which is why regular dental exams are so important.
If you’re considering dentures or All-on-4 in Newnan, GA, contact us anytime.
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