Dentures & Partial Dentures in Long Island & NYC
Dentures Restore Function & Beauty to Your Smile
At Dental365, we offer a full spectrum of restorative treatments, including full-arch dentures. Dentures are a great option for patients who are missing most or all of the teeth on their upper or lower arches. After a careful evaluation of your smile, we will design a restorative plan that complements your unique treatment goals, lifestyle, and budget. We use only the highest-quality materials to create both our traditional and implant-supported dentures. We can also reline and repair your current dentures. Contact our New York, NY, office today to schedule an appointment at Dental365.
What are dentures?
Dentures are false teeth that are used for patients who are missing most or all of their natural teeth. Denture technology has improved dramatically in recent years, making full-arch restorations extremely durable and natural looking. Usually, dentures are custom-made to fit your mouth and are held in place using adhesives or implanted attachments. At Dental365, our in-office lab allows us to make affordable dentures that fit comfortably and restore function to your bite.
What kinds of dentures are offered at Dental365?
At Dental365, we offer a variety of denture services to meet your personal needs, including:
Full Arch Traditional Dentures
Traditional dentures rest comfortably on your gums and are removed at night for cleaning. Each morning, you will apply a specialized adhesive paste to your dentures to hold them in place throughout the day. Traditional dentures are a good option for patients who have strict budgetary restrictions or those who cannot receive dental implants.
Partial Traditional Dental Restorations
In addition to full-arch traditional dentures, we offer partial denture restorations. Traditional partial dentures are supported on either side by specialized dental crowns. Partial dentures snap into these fixtures. They may be removable or cemented in place by your dentist for all-day, all-night wear.
Implant-supported dentures offer unparalleled stability and are secured by small titanium posts that are surgically placed within your jaw bone. If you do not already have dental implants, we can create an individually tailored treatment plan and recommend a local surgeon. The entire process will be precisely planned to ensure an optimal fit and long-lasting security for your denture. Once you have fully healed, you can return to our office so we can restore your implants.
There are two types of denture implants. A fixed denture a permanent denture, which is securely attached to the top of your implants, where it will stay in place during the day and night. You can clean your fixed implant-supported denture by brushing and rinsing with mouthwash. Your dentist can remove your fixed denture in our office to clean your gums, implants, and the denture itself during regular examinations. A removable implant-supported denture snaps into place but can be taken out on a daily basis for more intensive cleaning.
What does getting dentures involve?
Before you can receive any type of denture, it is important that your oral health is in good condition and your smile is free from decay or disease. If you have natural teeth still in place that are damaged or decayed, we can quickly and painlessly extract them. If you suffer from gum disease, we will provide necessary treatment before you can receive a denture. If you choose to receive an implant-supported denture and do not already have dental implants in place, you will first need to undergo a minor surgical procedure.
Once any preparatory procedures are complete (and healing, in the case of implant-supported dentures), we will take detailed impressions and x-rays of your mouth and jaw. These images, along with detailed notes on the aesthetics of your denture, will be used by technicians to create your prosthesis in our laboratory.
To learn more about dentures, contact Dental365 today. We can schedule your personalized consultation and determine the best restorative solution for you. Call us today at 844.365.DENTAL or request an appointment through our website at any time.