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Dentures & PartialsNesconset, NY

Dentures & Partials An Overview

Every patient deserves that opportunity to smile confidently. For patients missing one or both arches of teeth, dentures and partials can be implemented to restore function and beauty to your smile. Today’s dentures offer a more natural looking and comfortable solution than ever before.

At Nesconset Dental Associates we offer a complete range of denture options to meet your unique dentistry needs. Whether you are in need of a partial denture, full denture, or implant secured denture, our experienced team of dentists can work with you to find the best solution for your smile.

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Types of Dentures:

Removable Dentures: This type of denture is designed to fit comfortably in your mouth. In some cases, a removable denture is a temporary solution for patients. This option requires daily maintenance and does not address bone density loss in the jaw.

Implant Secured Dentures: An implants secured denture is a permanent solution for tooth loss. The denture is fixed into place using multiple strategically placed dental implants. An implant secured restoration can address bone density loss and facial sagging: two complications typically associated with tooth loss.

Visit our Smithtown dentist office to explore your tooth replacement options. We work with you every step of the way to ensure your tooth replacement needs are met.

Choosing Implant Secured Dentures

A denture or partial denture secured by dental implants offer an extra layer of support. With an implant secured restoration, patients don’t have to worry about slippage or other complications associated with traditional dentures.  Dental implants are reported to have the highest success rate among patients. Implants are and durable, convenient way to keep dentures in place and restore function to your smile.

Benefits of Implant Supported Dentures:

  • Helps stimulate the jaw bone
  • Protects the jaw from future bone loss
  • Improves speech
  • Enhances your confidence
  • Decreases irritation to the gums
  • Allows patients to chew, speak, and laugh confidently
  • Stronger biting force than traditional dentures

Dentures & Partials What to Expect

To determine which type of denture is right for your smile, you will need to undergo a consultation with one of our dentists. During your consultation, we will assess the condition of your teeth, gums, and supporting bone structure. Today’s cosmetic dentures offer beautiful results for patients missing a full arch or all of their teeth. Our dentists are experienced cosmetic and restorative dentists who work with patients to achieve a result that meets their needs and their aesthetic goals.

In many cases, patients will need to have an adequate amount of stable, healthy bone structure in order to receive dental implants. However, we can discuss your options during your visit. We offer the All-On-Four procedure as a solution for edentulous patients with compromised bone tissue who are seeking an implant secured denture.

If you are receiving an implant secured denture, the dental implants are placed surgically and need 3-6 months time to heal completely. During the healing process, we may place a temporary denture to protect the gum tissue. Once your implants heal, we will take impressions of your teeth to fabricate a custom designed denture that will be permanently attached. We perform all phases of the dental implant procedure in the house, from surgical to the final restoration.

Schedule An Appointment

If you are missing teeth and would like to explore your tooth replacement options, visit Nesconset Dental Associates. Our team can work with you to determine if traditional dentures or implant secured dentures are right for you. Schedule a consultation with one of our experienced Nesconset restorative dentists. To schedule an appointment, call(631) 228-8780 or request an appointment online.

Why choose Nesconset Dental Associates?