Project Description


Today, there’s not just one way to get your full, beautiful smile back. But, those who are missing teeth know that getting their teeth replaced is important to their health and their quality of life. Because you should know about all of the options that you have to create the smile and the life that you want. We believe that you deserve to have control over what your smile looks like and how it works. As a result, we provide our patients with several options for tooth replacement, including temporary and permanent dentures.


Removable dental replacements, or dentures, are a common service that we provide for our clients. We provide both complete dentures (for when all teeth are missing) and partial dentures (for when some teeth are missing). There are both conventional and immediate dentures. Conventional dentures are made after the teeth have been removed and are placed 8 to 12 weeks after removal.


Immediate dentures are made in advance and can be positioned as soon as the teeth are removed.


If you want your replacement teeth to stay in your mouth like natural teeth do, permanent dentures might be the right option for you. Because Permanent dentures are attached to the mouth with dental implants. Dental implants work like tooth roots. Your dentist will place the dental implants surgically into your jawbone and then give you some time to heal. But, at your next appointment, your dentist will restore the implants with your replacement teeth. Permanent dentures will not slide around in the mouth–they function like natural teeth. In conclusion, there are both removable and permanent options for this type of denture.