Custom Dentures in Elk Grove, CA
If missing teeth have made it difficult for you to do things like eat or smile with confidence and ease, we recommend getting in touch with our team and scheduling a tooth replacement consultation. Our office provides a variety of tooth replacement options for patients, including full and partial dentures, and we would love to help you create a smile that you adore. Contact our office to learn more about our options today!
What are my options for dentures?
Villa Vista Dental offers three great choices for dentures:
- Partial Dentures — Patients who are missing a single tooth or a few teeth on the same arch may opt to have partial dentures made to fill in the gap(s) in their smile.
- Full Dentures — If all of the top or bottom teeth need to be replaced, a full denture that rests on top of the gums can be used to replace an entire arch of teeth all at once.
- Implant-Supported Dentures — If you want the benefits of utilizing dentures and dental implants, custom implant-supported dentures may be a great choice for you!
How are dentures made?
Since our office provides custom dentures, patients must have dental impressions taken so that their dentures can be designed to fit their unique smile. We work with patients to ensure that their custom restorations look cosmetically pleasing but also very natural in terms of tooth size, shape, and color. Once your dentures arrive from the lab, we will make any adjustments needed to ensure that they fit well and look great. Should you have any concerns with the way that your dentures look or feel at any point, please get in touch with our practice so we can assist.
Should I get a bridge, implant, or dentures?
The restorative option that’s right for your unique smile will depend on a few different factors. Patients who are interested in implants or implant-supported dentures are not always eligible due to jawbone loss, so an alternative like a bridge or traditional denture is recommended instead. Some patients choose to utilize traditional dentures over implants because they are less invasive and have a much shorter recovery time. Not sure which option is right for your smile? We recommend scheduling a consultation with our team, and we’ll be glad to assist you.