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Dentures Dentist

Your smile is more than just a facial expression. It’s your swagger. Don’t let teeth that have been removed due to decay or abscesses keep you from smiling. Dentures are the perfect option for patients missing all or many of their teeth. And you have options to choose from! Conventional dentures will fit over your gums, while implant dentures use posts that have implanted into the jaw bone. Whether you need a complete or partial denture, our dentures dentists have you covered. Contact one of the dentures dentists at Bright Side Dental if you feel like you want to get that swag back.

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Dentures

The confidence to go on dates, chat up complete strangers, pretty much be the best version of yourself. You deserve a smile that lights up the room, and with dentures, you can. If your smile needs a fresh start, schedule an appointment with a Bright Side Dental & Orthodontics dentures dentist to discuss your options.

There are two categories of dentures: full and partial. Here’s a breakdown of each:

Complete Implant

Perfect for patients who’ve lost all of their natural teeth, complete dentures are designed to replace your smile. Replacing missing teeth will benefit your appearance while supporting sagging facial features. What’s more, you’ll be able to speak and eat with improved confidence. Using posts that are implanted into the jaw bone, implant dentures look and function like natural teeth. Complete implant dentures still need to be removed and cleaned every night like other dentures. These types of dentures can replace your upper or lower arch, or all of your teeth.

Removable Partial

Designed for patients who have lost several but not all of their teeth, partial dentures fit snugly between your natural teeth to give your mouth a full and beautiful smile. Replacing your missing teeth with a partial denture will make eating and speaking easier. Additionally, you may want to try Mini Dental Implants — a great way to secure your loose dentures.

Dental FAQ's

Bright Side Dental wants to do our best to help educate our patients. If your question is not listed below, please do not hesitate to call one of our dentures dentists at 1-800-Painless (1-800-724-6537).

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