Multiple missing teeth can be replaced most easily and economically with dentures. Impressions are made, the bite is determined, and the teeth are setup in a pink wax rim for try in. Once the fit has been verified, the bite optimized, and the desired aesthetic result achieved the final denture is sent to the laboratory for processing.
Following the seating of a denture, adjustments are important to maximize their efficiency. This may involve one appointment or multiple visits. We want dentures to feel comfortable.
Partial dentures may be the simplest way to replace multiple missing teeth. Partial dentures with clasps are the standard. Invisible partial dentures with gum colored clasps may also be used.
Complete upper and lower dentures can be made to restore your smile. Extra time taken with impressions and try ins insures success. Proper positioning of the teeth for the most natural appearance along with careful evaluation of the bite will maximize the look and feel of the new teeth.