When you are missing all or most of your teeth, life gets a little bit tougher. Cape Vista doesn’t want it to be that way. Come to us for denture treatments. We can have you biting, chewing, speaking, and smiling as good as new!
But wait. What if traditional dentures are not for you? What if they seem like too much work? What if they fall out at the worst possible moment, just like in the cartoons?
What if we told you that you don’t have to worry about any of that?
It’s true. Modern research has dramatically improved traditional dentures, both in comfort and in the staying power of the adhesive, but it has also provided us with a plethora of other denture choices. With this wide vista open before us, there is something for everyone when it comes to restoring teeth.
Your Denture Options
Here are just some of the ways that your set of dentures can be customized specifically for you:
Partial vs. Complete Dentures|
Each person has a slightly different situation in terms of their missing teeth. Some are missing every tooth. Some are only missing a portion of their set. Even so, the places where the teeth are missing can vary dramatically from person to person.
This is no problem for Cape Vista Dental. Whatever your tooth configuration, we can build a full or partial set of dentures to fit the way you need them to. These will be custom-crafted and designed to perfectly fit your mouth with comfort and durability.
Implants vs. Traditional Adhesive|
Adhesives these days are better than ever. The choices available to you are strong and comfortable. They also aren’t the only way to do dentures anymore.
Some partial sets can snap in, just like a retainer, making them both secure and easy to care for.
Dental implants are great for replacing a missing tooth with a full synthetic tooth structure. But did you know that they can also support a set of dentures? Implant-supported dentures are sturdy, secure, and just as easy to maintain as any other denture set.
They work the same way as a single implant, but instead of attaching a crown, dentures are attached to the implant. Check out our page on dental implants to learn more about this process.
Permanent vs. Removable|
With implants as an option, dentures can either be placed permanently or made as a removable set, depending on what you need. Both of these options can offer some amazing benefits, and both will be every bit as high-quality, precisely-crafted, and comfortable to wear as you deserve from your dentures.
Talk to Cape Vista Dental About Denture Options
Just as there is more than one way to lose teeth, there is more than one way to restore them again. We want to help you find an option that fits your needs.
If you have any questions about any of these denture options, give us a call. We’d love to invite you into our dental family and get you the quality teeth replacements you need!