Restore Your Smile With Dentures

A dental prosthesis that recreates the look and function of natural teeth, full and partial dentures help restore confidence, speech clarity, and chewing ability to patients who have lost one or more teeth. At King East Dental in Stoney Creek, we’ve seen the transformative effects of dentures time and time again!

What’s the difference between full and partial dentures?

Full dentures cover the entire upper or lower jaw and are secured in place by suction and/or dental adhesive. Partial dentures are often held in place using a metal framework that attaches to the remaining natural teeth.

How are dentures made?

The process begins with a consultation and examination to assess your needs and determine the treatment plan that will best accommodate them. Our dentist will take impressions of your teeth to ensure that your final prosthetic will fit snuggly and comfortably. These impressions will be sent to a lab where professional technicians will create the denture. Once complete, we’ll schedule an appointment in our office, where we’ll test the fit of your dentures to ensure they look and feel great.

Is there an ideal candidate for dentures?

If you are missing one or more teeth due to injury, gum disease, or decay, dentures may be the right solution for you. However, it’s important that you have healthy gums and enough bone tissue to hold the denture in place. Rest assured that our dentist will perform a comprehensive evaluation to determine your candidacy.

If you’re interested in learning more about dentures and how they can help improve your smile, contact King East Dental today! Our experienced team will be happy to answer any questions you may have and provide the care you want and deserve!

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  • Improve your appearance
  • Restore facial volume that’s lost following tooth extraction
  • Enhance your chewing and speaking function
  • Regain lost self-esteem
  • Prioritize your smile!

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