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Dentures in Pembroke Pines, FL
Are you suffering from uncomfortable tooth loss? Do you miss being able to eat normally, and smile with confidence? Dentures are an affordable and natural-looking solution for your tooth loss.
At Pines True Smile, we offer several different kinds of dentures to guarantee that your dentures will fit your individual needs. As with any dental solution, there are pros and cons to wearing dentures and whether or not they will work for you depends largely on your lifestyle and the goals that you have for your appearance, including the functionality of your smile. Don’t wait any longer for a comfortable and radiant smile!
Benefits of Dentures
Gives you the freedom to painlessly eat the foods you want
Allows you to speak and smile just like you used to
Provides an affordable solution to tooth loss
Gives your jaw and gums vital protection
Addresses tooth loss in a way that looks natural
Pines True Smile offers three types of dentures treatment: full dentures, partial dentures and temporary dentures.
Dental dentures are either conventional or immediate. A full conventional denture is created after all the teeth have been extracted and healing has begun. This type of dental restoration can be worn about 8–12 weeks after a mouthful of teeth has been removed.
Immediate dentures can be made in advance and placed during the same appointment as the tooth extraction. Therefore, the patient doesn’t have to go toothless while waiting to heal. However, shrinkage of the gum and bones does occur during the healing time making it necessary to make more adjustments for a proper fit. For these reasons, an immediate denture is usually only a temporary solution.
Dr. Kiani provides his patients with temporary dentures while they are doing cosmetic dentistry procedures to replace a lost tooth. Dental storms ensure that patients throughout the Pembroke Pines area have a natural-looking smile while waiting for dental implants or a dental bridge to complete. This is an excellent solution for when a tooth falls during a sports game or in an accident. The temporary denture is secured in place with a metal wire that functions as a retainer and can be removed and removed at any time. Note that a temporary denture should only be used for a few months and should be replaced.
Unlike a fixed bridge, a partial denture is a removable prosthetic that consists of a plastic base and replacement teeth connected by a metal framework that attaches to existing teeth. Partial dentures in Pembroke Pines can be used when one or more healthy teeth are still in place. Not only do partials fill in gaps left by missing teeth, they prevent teeth from shifting out of place. A partial denture with precision attachments is a more natural-looking tooth replacement option because it latches on internally, rather than with clasps on the crowns.