When you’re looking into dentures, there are a lot of different options available. You typically won’t know what type of denture will work best for you until you’ve had a thorough examination by a denturist who will then make a personalized recommendation. So when choosing a denture clinic it’s important to select one that offers all different types of dentures to make sure they can offer you the best denture solution for your oral health needs. If you’re looking for denture service in Everett, WA, European Denture Center is ready to help.
Types of Dentures
There are three main types of denture solutions that your denturist may recommend.
Full Denture – Full dentures are what you most likely envision when you think of dentures. They are a full set of false teeth that are removable. Full dentures are most typically used when all or most of the teeth are unhealthy and not salvageable. They help to restore both aesthetics and functionality.
Partial Denture – A partial denture replaces gaps in the teeth when the remaining teeth are healthy. Often if a tooth is lost due to trauma or disease, it can be replaced using a partial denture. Partial dentures also help to keep the surrounding teeth strong and healthy, and ensure they don’t move into the gap in the mouth. Partial dentures are removable and can be made of either hard resin (like traditional dentures) or flexible plastic.
Implant Denture – An implant denture is a permanent tooth replacement that is inserted into the jaw. It can either replace the entire set of teeth or a single lost tooth. One of the major benefits of implant dentures is that they are not removed at night; they function just like regular teeth and need no additional care outside of your typical oral health routine. Implant dentures not only restore functionality, but they also help prevent the bone loss that is commonly associated with tooth loss as they are anchored in the jaw bone.
Denture Service Everett
European Denture Center offers full denture service in Everett, WA, and serves the surrounding communities in Snohomish County. We offer a free, no-obligation consultation and will recommend the best treatment option for you. Contact us today to see how we can help you get your smile back!