Regain your ability to speak, eat and smile with confidence.
The full dentures we offer at our Bella Vista dental practice are another great restorative dental treatment that can help you reclaim the appearance and performance of your smile. These are custom designed to your unique specifications from state of the art materials to ensure your new dentures are comfortable and attractive.
When are dentures necessary?
There are a wide range of treatments used to treat tooth loss, but dentures are one of the most common forms of treatments and have been used in dentistry for over 50 years! There’s a reason why they are still around today – they work. Dentures are generally necessary when:
- A patient has lost all or their teeth
- A patient has partially lost their teeth
- Support is needed for the soft tissues of the face after tooth loss such as the cheeks or lips
At Q Dental in Bella Vista we are dedicated to helping you achieve total oral health, and since teeth can cause the remaining teeth to shift, become weak or eventually fall out dentures are a great option for completing your smile. We offer:
- Complete dentures – these are used when the patient is edentulous (without teeth) in both the upper (maxillary) and lower (mandibular) dental arches.
- Partial dentures – these are necessary when the patient has lost a majority of their teeth but still retain some natural teeth.
Smile, eat and laugh with confidence with the help of our full dentures…
Tooth loss can be devastating not only to your oral health but also to your self-confidence. This is why at Q Dental we are committed to providing you with high quality restorative dental treatments that allow you to reclaim your confidence and lease on life! Reclaim the ability to eat and speak with confidence with full dentures at Q Dental.
Taking care of your dentures…
By taking care of your dentures you can help to prolong their lifespan and reduce the risk of dental disease such as gum disease. The best way to take care of your dentures is to brush them to remove any food particles that may be stuck between the teeth and then soak them to remove stains and refresh the dentures. We recommend brushing them again after soaking to remove any further bacteria. Avoid scrubbing too hard as these can damage your dentures.