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Full and Partial Dentures

full and partial denturesMany people end up losing at least one permanent tooth throughout their lifetime. It can be somewhat of an inevitability for some people. Dental problems range from tooth decay and gum disease to physical trauma to the face. All of these can result in the loss of a tooth, which if you have ever lost a tooth yourself, you know that it is more significant than just damaged aesthetics. Missing a tooth can impair your ability to eat and speak. The surrounding teeth can shift out of position and result in a misaligned bite. And the space between teeth can increase your risk of developing periodontal pockets, which lead the way for gum disease. Fortunately, our dentist in Los Angeles is here for you no matter how many teeth you have lost.

Full Dentures Los Angeles

Full dentures are used to replace all the teeth, and they become required when a patient has suffered extensive tooth loss. Even if a patient has a few teeth left, our Los Angeles full dentures expert may suggest extracting them so that the dentures can fit correctly. They consist of prosthetic teeth that are attached to a gum-colored base. They are designed to fit your arch closely and secure using suction. Using dental impressions and other images, our expert in full dentures in Los Angeles will design your restoration to fit comfortably in your mouth. It may take a few days to adjust, but most patients can result their normal diets and lifestyles quickly.

Partial Dentures Los Angeles

If you are missing just a few teeth, then our Los Angeles partial dentures expert will most likely recommend partial dentures. These consist of prosthetic teeth that are attached to a gum-colored base, and they use a clasp or frame to remain secured into place. Over a series of appointments, our expert in partial dentures in Los Angeles will design and fit your dentures so that they fit perfectly. The teeth surrounding the lost teeth should be strong and healthy so that they can support the dentures. If you have lost any number of teeth, dentures may be the solution for you.

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