Removable and Implant-Secured Dentures
If you are currently living without teeth or are soon to undergo an tooth extraction, we have the solution for you! At Gilbart Dental Care, we offer a wide variety of dentures options to meet your specific needs. Whether your priority is appearance, comfort, stability, or cost, we can help you. Please check out all of the options below and contact our team with any questions or concerns you may have.
I just don't want to give those kind of services to my patients, so I'm really thrilled now that we can do something like put two implants in the lower jaw and do a complete denture in conjunction with the implants, that stability and it's a fantastic option. I'm actually having a resurgence of faith in dentures because of implants and implant-supported dentures, and different combination therapies that we can do with implants and dentures and hybrids and all sorts. It's all-on-four. There's a lot of things you can do with implants and dentures, which are making dentures fun again for me. My wife has always liked them. I just shied away from them, but that's changing now.
Full Removable Dentures
Full removable denture are the type of denture you may think of when someone says “denture.” They are specially designed replacement teeth set into a gum-colored mold. This mold is fitted to your gums and sits in your mouth. A snug fit and maybe some denture adhesive is all you need to secure these dentures.
Removable denture are one of the most affordable ways to replace a full arch or full mouth of teeth. They are also great for patients who want a noninvasive option. Talk to our team to determine if full removable dentures are right for you.
Partial Removable Dentures
Partial removable denture work just like full removable dentures except that they replace only some of your natural teeth. They also often use a clasp to secure them into place. Partial denture are wonderful for patients who may be missing a few teeth, but not the whole arch. This is also an affordable, noninvasive option.
Implant-retained denture are designed to replace a full arch of teeth. They work similarly to removable denture, except that they are secured into the mouth using dental implants and ball attachments. These implants are strategically placed to provide enough support for normal chewing. You can learn more about this dentures option by visiting our page on dental implants.
Implant-supported denture use dental implants and a bar attachment to secure them into the mouth. This is another great option that offers a high level of security and aesthetic appeal. Dental implant-secured denture, however, can be more costly than removable denture. Talk to our team to determine which option is right for you.
Temporary denture are just that — temporary. We can craft temporary denture quickly. They will allow you to function well and look normal while you are waiting for your permanent dentures to be created. If you are choosing a dentures option, be sure to ask about temporary denture. You shouldn’t ever have to go without teeth!
Make An Appointment
Are you ready to achieve a smile you can be proud of? Want to learn more about our dentures options Maryland? Please schedule a consultation with Dr. Jonathan or Dr. Lucy Gilbart. We will be happy to help!
You can reach our Frederick, MD location at 240-513-7523. You can reach our Hagerstown, MD location at 240-347-0910. You can also use our online form to send us a message. Either way, our team will be happy to help you schedule a suitable date and time for your visit.
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