Because every patient’s oral anatomy is unique, our denture fabrication process is very detailed and intricate – creating a finished product that looks and feels as natural and comfortable as possible.

Once pictures, molds, and x-rays of the jaw and any existing teeth have been made, exact measurements are determined and sent to a dental laboratory, where lab technicians will create the dentures. Your Dental Depot dentist will then do a final fitting with you, determining if any changes or adjustments need to be made.

We offer different types of dentures, depending on the number of teeth you are missing, and whether or not you have experienced any bone loss. Options include partial dentures, full dentures, implant-supported overdentures, and hybrid implant-retained fixed dentures.

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures may be the best option when only a few teeth are missing. In this case, the dentures will have an embedded metal framework that provides strength and rigidity.

Full Dentures

Full dentures are required when all of the teeth are missing. Made of an acrylic base, the denture will fit over your gums in both the upper and lower jaw. Like partials, full dentures can be removed for cleaning.

Implant-Supported Overdentures

Patients who have no teeth in the jaw but have enough bone in the jaw to support implants, may be candidates for implant-supported overdentures.

Hybrid or Implant-Retained Fixed Dentures

Patients who have significant tooth loss and have or need dentures but want a fixed option, may consider hybrid implant-retained fixed dentures. These dentures are referred to as “hybrid” because they offer the advantages of both a fixed replacement and a removable denture. Attached by four or more implants, the hybrid denture is connected to the implant with a small screw, providing stability and a more natural feel than traditional removable dentures.

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