Tooth loss can cause a loss of self-esteem and confidence for many, as well as greatly affect the way they speak and chew. When patients are dealing with the loss of many natural teeth, they can schedule a visit with a Philadelphia dentist. Permanent dentures, dental implants, and dental bridges are all solutions that can help patients who are struggling with the loss of several teeth. However, every patient’s situation is unique and Dr. A understands this. At Innovative Dental By Dr. A, ensuring that patients have healthy, functioning smiles is top priority. This is why some patients may find that permanent dentures are the best solution to their dental problem.
Permanent dentures are made to snap into place over dental implants for strength and stability, unlike traditional dentures, which are held in place with dental adhesives or natural suction. Patients who want something more durable will consider a restoration such as permanent dentures. This is often the best way to restore a smile.
To make permanent dentures, Dr. A will first work with patients to determine if dentures are right for them. An outside dentist will extract any remaining teeth that are in the dental arch. Then, Dr. A will take impressions of the patient’s gums and discuss the changes the patients may want in their new cosmetic dentures. Whiter teeth and different teeth shapes are a couple of considerations patients may have. The impressions are sent to a laboratory where the dentures are made, which may take several weeks. When ready, the patient will have mini dental implants placed and then be able to use their permanent dentures immediately afterwards. The patient will be able to enjoy the benefits of a healthy, functioning smile with their permanent dentures!
Permanent dentures are a great solution for many Philadelphia patients, and Dr. A and his team provide these restorations for the patients who may benefit most from them. If you are struggling with tooth loss and are considering permanent dentures, call Innovative Dental By Dr. A today to schedule a consultation appointment. You will be able to ask any questions or discuss any concerns that you may have during the examination to determine whether they may be right for you!