Do you need to replace just a few teeth or a full upper or lower row of teeth? You’ll find the help you need at the office of Dr. Janzen. Using either partial dentures or full dentures in Prince Albert, you can finally have the full, complete smile you deserve.
After a short time living with any number of missing teeth, you’ll come to appreciate the difference that dentures can make! Benefits include:
Partial dentures, which are often just called partials, consist of multiple teeth attached to a gum colored base. Unlike a crown and bridge, which is fixed in place, partials are normally secured with clips and brackets, so they can easily be taken out for cleaning.
A full denture replaces a complete upper or lower row of teeth and may be secured by natural suction or over-the-counter denture adhesive.
As popular as traditional dentures and partials are, a growing number of patients are turning to implant-supported dentures for help creating a healthier and more complete smile. With dentures that are held in place by dental implants, your dentures will fit more securely, providing you with results that look and feel more natural.
Any patient with missing teeth is a potential candidate for either partial or full dentures. Partials are used when there are some empty spaces in an arch that still has a lot of healthy teeth. Full dentures are only used if all or most of your teeth are missing; any remaining teeth are extracted first.
If you want to get dentures that are supported by implants, you’ll need to be in excellent oral health. That means gum disease and other conditions need to be treated first. Also, some patients might need to get a bone graft before their jaws can successfully support implants.
Do you want to learn more about restoring your smile with a partial, a full denture, or an implant-supported denture? Dr. Janzen, Dr. Gogolinski, and Dr. Wilson offer restorative dentures to patients in and around Prince Albert. Call our office to schedule your consultation.
Naturally, partial dentures, full dentures and implant-retained dentures all come with a different price tag. Adjustments and other factors can also affect the ultimate cost of your new teeth. We’ll help create an estimate and work with you to form a plan that works with your financial situation.
I Need a Checkup & Cleaning I Need a Dentist for My Child I Have a Cavity or Broken Tooth I am Unhappy with My Smile I Want a Straighter Smile I am Concerned About Gum Disease I am in Pain/Had an Accident I am Missing One or More Teeth I am Anxious/Afraid of the Dentist I Want to Learn About Sleep Apnea View Our Services