A natural-looking, healthy smile is a top priority for many people. If you’ve suffered tooth loss from dental problems or injuries, don’t give up on your smile—your Manhattan dentist can help. Dentures provide patients a full set of beautiful, functional teeth if they have experienced tooth loss.
Types of Dentures
Your dentist can create personalized, natural-looking full or partial dentures. Full dentures are for patients who have lost all of their teeth, either naturally or through removal. If your teeth are to be removed, talk to your dentist to learn about options for placing dentures immediately after the removal procedure. Partial dentures are for patients who are only missing some of their teeth and connect to remaining teeth, filling in the gaps where teeth that have been lost or removed.
Candidates for Dentures
Dentures provide a great way to get a full smile after losing teeth, but they may not be right for everyone. It’s important to talk to your Manhattan dentist to learn more about dentures and determine if they’re right for you. A good cosmetic dentist will create personalized dentures that are exactly right for you, so you can feel confident and comfortable when wearing them.
Care of Dentures
Just as your natural teeth require daily care to stay healthy, dentures need regular care and attention to maintain their appearance and functionality. Proper denture care is important for keeping your mouth healthy, so your dentist will help you learn about the care process.
If you’ve lost some or all of your natural teeth and want to maintain a beautiful and healthy smile, talk to your dentist about getting dentures. At the Manhattan office of Charles M. Marks, D.D.S. and Dental Associates, we take pride in giving our patients personalized, attentive care. We are happy to discuss your dental options with you, so call us today at (888) 803-3767 to schedule an appointment.
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