We Provide Custom Denture Options
Custom Made for Quality and Comfort
For patients who choose dentures as their treatment option for teeth replacement, every set of dentures is custom-made with the patient in mind. The assembly process is very detailed so that the new teeth are tailored to look and feel natural. Because every patient’s oral anatomy is different, tailoring prosthetics is an essential part of creating a useful, beautiful smile. Everything from the size of the patient’s mouth to the shape and width of the jawbone are taken into account to create a prosthetic that’s unique to you.
The denture creation process starts with intraoral photos, x-rays and impressions or 3D scans of the jaw and existing teeth. Then, our dentists discern the unique measurements of your mouth and the denture you will need. All of this information is sent to a dental fabrication lab where highly trained technicians create your denture or partial from scratch.
While the final denture or partial is being created in the lab, a temporary appliance can be made for the patient to use until the prosthetic is ready. Once the lab returns the finished appliance, you will be brought into the office for a fitting. Any needed adjustments will be made at this time. Most patients will need to return several months after the delivery of their custom appliance to make additional adjustments after the gums have become accustomed to the denture.
In order to make your new smile as realistic looking as possible, special materials are used to mimic a natural smile. Porcelain is used to create the new teeth. Both durable and tint-able, the use of porcelain allows us to match your new teeth with any of your existing teeth. And for the gums, a pink-colored acrylic is used to make the transition between the prosthetic and the natural gum as seamless as possible.
Scheduling a Tooth Replacement
If you are missing multiple teeth, we encourage you to set up a consultation with a Dental Depot dentist to discuss your tooth replacement options.
Request an appointment online today and let us help you get your smile back!
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