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Dentures are removable dental appliances used to replace many or all of a patient’s teeth. Dentures are a common and economical option for replacing multiple teeth and regaining confidence in your smile.

Made from realistic-looking materials that can replicate natural teeth.


Dentures come in two main types: partial and complete dentures.

Partial Dentures

If you need to replace several teeth due to damage or decay, we may recommend a partial denture. Like all dentures, partials are removable appliances that help restore proper eating and speaking ability. Partials can include any range of teeth, from molars to incisors. Many partials feature a mechanism or clasp to help anchor the appliance to neighboring teeth; you may have even heard of them referred to as removable bridges.

Complete Dentures
When you picture “dentures,” these is probably what you think of. Complete dentures replace a full arch of teeth. Complete dentures are held in place by suction. Many patients also find some sort of denture adhesive to be helpful. Dentures can also be anchored by dental implants.

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