Complete dentures are used to replace missing teeth for people with no remaining teeth. They may also be used for people who have lost several teeth. In this case, the appliance is called a partial or overdenture.
Tooth loss may result from periodontal disease (gum disease), tooth decay, or traumatic injury. It is very important to replace missing teeth. The ill effects of not doing so can be a shift in remaining teeth, an inability to bite and chew properly, as well as a sagging facial appearance, which makes one appear older than they are.
The beauty of today’s dentures is that they are designed to be comfortable and functional. They are very similar in appearance to natural teeth and can improve a smile or facial appearance.
Full dentures are artificial, removable replacements for the natural teeth of the upper or lower jaw or both.
Upper dentures are held in place by a vacuum created between your appliance and the palate of your mouth.
Lower dentures are horseshoe-shaped to accommodate the tongue, and, due to lack of suction, are often held in place by implants placed in the jaw for support.
Removable Implant anchored denture
A removable full denture that is connected to an implant anchor with a snap that stabilizes the denture. Making speaking and enjoying a meal possible. The implants help keep the denture in place and provide better function and comfort. Cost is usually the reason why this solution is chosen over a fixed prosthesis – although the end result can’t be compared.
Why choose Teeth in One Day
Teeth in One Day is an alternative to dentures. If you have dentures, partial dentures or advanced dental disease and you are going to lose your teeth, teeth in one day is an option for you. Modern implant-based dentistry has provided a solution to the edentulous ‘toothless’ patient that traditional dentures have never been able to deliver – immediate functionality with substantially increased quality of life.