is it time to explore the option of dentures?
If you are missing all of your teeth, you could benefit from dentures. Not all dentures are created equally, and we take special care to design dentures that will give you an outstanding look and feel.
Ultimately, dentures need to fit well so that you can eat the foods you love and need to stay healthy. Well-suited dentures allow you to speak and smile confidently, so you can enjoy life to the fullest!
full custom dentures
When you face total tooth loss on your upper or lower arch, Dr. Benson and Dr. Pasicznyk can design complete dentures to restore function and beauty to your smile. Unlike the boxy, too-white dentures of the past, today’s advanced materials and denture manufacturing techniques allow us to create realistic teeth that complement your appearance.
Your age, gender, and skin tone all factor into the esthetic design of your dentures. We will discuss the look you are going for and what will look best with your appearance so that you have natural-looking results.
removable partial dentures
If you still have some of your biological teeth, they can provide an anchor for your partial denture. Caring for your teeth and gums is essential to maintaining your oral health. Your natural teeth help to stimulate bone regeneration and provide facial structure.
We will create partial dentures that match your natural teeth closely so that your smile appears seamless. We create partial dentures with either a sturdy metal or lightweight resin base.
implant retained dentures
For some people, especially those with loss of their bony ridge, dentures can pose a serious challenge. Dentures that move or shift while you eat or speak can feel uncomfortable, cause embarrassment, and make life difficult. After all, during social time with family and friends, the last thing you want to worry about is a humiliating denture incident.
Dental implants can help hold your denture in place. Coupled with dental implants, a full set of dentures can provide a natural look and feel. For patients requiring the most life like replacement for all their missing teeth, we are able to offer a full set of teeth permanently attached to implants.
Because we use 3-D cone beam technology, Dr. Benson and Dr. Pasicznyk can place your dental implants in the densest part of your bone, giving you the greatest level of stability. As an added benefit, even a few dental implants can help you retain your remaining bone and prevent resorption.