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Full or Partial Dentures?

There can be many possible combinations of missing teeth. Missing teeth should not be ignored. A denturist will approach each situation on a case by case basis. Using current technological advancements, our denturist Frank Odorico can offer a wide variety of full and partial denture designs and your dentures can be made of various materials depending on your specific oral situation.


The Benefits of Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are designed to be removable for ease of cleaning. They only replace the teeth you’ve lost, which means you can retain as many of your natural teeth as possible. A partial denture may also prevent your natural teeth from shifting. In fact, a partial denture may help maintain the position of your natural teeth by providing them with additional support. We can provide partial dentures to correct your smile, so call us today.


The Benefits of Full Dentures

If you’ve lost the majority of your natural teeth, a set of full dentures might be the best choice. Our denturist Frank Odorico and our team will ensure your custom dentures fit perfectly in place so you can eat and speak with ease.


Soft Liners

If you are suffering with denture sore spots, a soft liner may help you. Soft liners are bonded to the surface of dentures and rest on the oral tissues. Denturists suggest using them to increase chewing comfort in both new and existing dentures. This is a proven technology; soft liners have been available for over 40 years and during that time the materials and technology have steadily improved. The soft liner acts as a shock absorber between the hard plastic denture base and the sensitive oral tissues covering the jaw ridges. Some advantages our patients have mentioned include greater comfort while eating and reduced number of sore spots.


Are Soft Liners Right for Me?

Permanent soft liners provide comfort and relief if you are struggling with:

  • Chronic soreness
  • Severely flattened ridges that do not tolerate the chewing pressure comfortably
  • Ridges with prominent or sharp bony areas

If you’re thinking of using soft liners, there are some things you should know about keeping them effective. Be careful to use proper cleansers and apply proper home care to best maintain your soft liners. Like all dentures, soft lined dentures require regular follow up visits with us to examine the fit of the dentures and the health of the oral tissues. We can professionally clean the dentures as well.

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