Full & Partial Dentures

Full & Partial Dentures in Germantown, MD

Whether you need a few teeth or many teeth replaced, our team at River Stone Dental Center would be glad to assist you. We provide high-quality, custom dental restorations, including full, partial, and implant-supported dentures, to help our patients eat, speak, and smile with confidence and ease. To learn more about our services or schedule your next visit with us, please get in touch with our friendly front office team.

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What are the types of dentures?

Full dentures, also known as complete dentures, are used when all of the teeth in a dental arch are missing. They consist of a complete set of artificial teeth attached to a pink acrylic base that rests on top of the gums. Partial dentures, on the other hand, are used when some natural teeth are still present. They typically consist of artificial teeth attached to a metal or acrylic framework that clasps onto the remaining natural teeth, filling in the gaps. We also provide implant-supported dentures, which combine the benefits of implants and dentures.

What are the benefits of getting dentures?

Dentures offer several benefits, including:

  • Improved aesthetics: Dentures can restore a natural-looking smile, enhancing confidence and self-esteem.
  • Restored chewing ability: Dentures enable patients to chew and eat a wider variety of foods, improving overall nutrition and digestion.
  • Speech improvement: Missing teeth can affect speech, and dentures can help restore clear and articulate speech patterns.
  • Facial support: Dentures provide support to facial muscles, preventing the sunken appearance that can occur with missing teeth.
  • Cost-effective solution: Traditional dentures are often a more affordable option compared to dental implants or bridges for replacing multiple missing teeth.

Are dentures right for me?

Determining if dentures are the right solution for you depends on various factors, including the condition of your remaining teeth, gum health, bone density, and overall oral health. We recommend scheduling a consultation with one of our experienced dentists who can assess your specific situation, discuss your treatment options, and help you make an informed decision.

Our team will take into consideration your dental needs, preferences, and budget to determine whether dentures or alternative treatments, such as dental implants or bridges, are the best choice for restoring your smile and oral health.

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