A missing tooth is like a missing drip from a thread. It will cause a virtual crumple and malfunction of other teeth too. There are three kind of dentures- Full dentures, partial dentures and over dentures. For many years, partial dentures have been used to replace groups of teeth or a few teeth scattered across the lower or upper jaw.

There are a variety of removable partial dentures available to patients and each one comes with its own set of benefits and disadvantages. All partial dentures attach to remaining teeth and have a gum-colored portion meant to blend into the existing gum, with prosthetic teeth to replace the missing teeth. Partial dentures are designed to functional and cosmetic excellence, with negligible interference with neighboring teeth, tongue and cheek. Depending upon your specific need and condition, dentures will be considered to reinstate your ability to chew and grind food, support other teeth and speak easily.

With exact shade matching and high quality acrylic teeth, our dentures are very close to your natural teeth in manifestation and function. Our dentist replaces your one or more missing teeth with tissue well-matched, thin acrylic dentures that easily combine and become accustomed to your mouth. Full dentures are similar to partial dentures in that they are prosthetic teeth and gums used to replace missing teeth. The main difference between full and partial dentures is that full dentures are a total replacement system for either upper or lower teeth and, in some cases both. Over dentures are a latest alternative to dentures, combining traditional denture technology with modern advancements in dental implants.

Using the latest advances and techniques and materials that meet the strictest quality standards, we make complete dentures, each a piece of expertise, to your particular need and satisfaction. Depending on your need and desires, these can be detachable, tooth supported over dentures or the implant supported dentures.

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