Dental Denturesdiscuss tooth replacement options
Types of Dentures
- Partials – replace a series of missing teeth
- Full dentures – replace all the teeth in your upper and/or lower jaws
- Temporaries – placed immediately while you wait for permanent dentures
- Implant-retained dentures – support dentures using implants and a bar
- Implant-supported dentures – support dentures for permanent stability
The Best Solution
Temporary or Immediate Dentures
Dr. Pioch offers temporary or immediate dentures to those who are in need of an immediate fix to their missing teeth. Temporaries are typically used once a patient has had their teeth extracted. After the extraction, temporary dentures are placed in the mouth to provide the patient with a way to talk and smile without the worry of no teeth. Until switched with permanent dentures once they come back from the lab.
Implant-Supported and Retained
Implants will be placed into your bone, where they will fuse together and create a strong foundation for your replacement teeth. Instead of having individual crowns placed on top of the implants, you will have dentures secured to the top of the posts with either a bar and attachments. We can even adjust your current dentures to secure them with implants. The dentures are locked into place, so don’t worry about slipping, gum irritation, or gooey adhesives anymore!