Dentures: Types and How They Help Patients


Dentures are a type of dental prosthesis that are used to replace missing teeth. There are several different types of dentures available, including full dentures, partial dentures, and implant-supported dentures. Dentures help patients who have suffered tooth loss to regain their smile and functionality. In this blog post, we will discuss the different types of dentures and how they can help patients improve their quality of life.

Learn about partial dentures

Patients who are missing some of their teeth may be candidates for partial dentures. Partial dentures are designed to fill in the gaps left by missing teeth. They are usually made of acrylic or metal, and they attach to the existing teeth with clasps. Partial dentures can restore both the appearance and function of the teeth. They can help patients to chew and speak more effectively.

Learn about complete dentures

Complete dentures are for patients who are missing all of their teeth. They are made from acrylic and they fit over the gums. Complete dentures can be either fixed or removable. Fixed dentures are attached to implants, while removable dentures can be taken out and put back in by the patient. Complete dentures can restore the appearance of the teeth and help patients to chew and speak more effectively.

Learn about implant-supported dentures

Implant-supported dentures are for patients who are missing all of their teeth. They are made from a variety of materials, including acrylic, composite resin, and porcelain, and fit over the gums. Implant-supported dentures are attached to implants, which provide support and stability. Implant-supported dentures are more comfortable than traditional dentures and they do not slip or move.

To find out if you're a candidate for dentures, call your dentist in Marion for a no-obligation consultation.

Dial us about dentures

  • They look and feel natural
  • Comfortable and easy to wear
  • A cost-effective way to replace missing teeth
  • Experience better oral health & overall well-being
  • Eat and speak with ease