Full and Partial Dentures
Regain your smile and love your new look
Losing teeth can be a hard pill to swallow but it doesn’t mean you have to lose your smile. With full or partial dentures, you can take back both your smile and your life.
Why choose us for your dental care?
HIGHLY EXPERIENCED & DEDICATED GENERAL DENTISTS
BOOST YOUR CONFIDENCE WITH A BEAUTIFUL SMILE
DIGITAL, STATE-OF-THE-ART DENTAL OFFICE
Partial and Full Dentures, Braintree MA
At Allen Dental Associates, we believe everyone should be able to achieve the smile of their dreams. Losing teeth can be difficult but you shouldn’t have to give up hope. Our wide range of options including full and partial dentures is sure to find you a smile that you love. Here’s what you can expect from us and your new dentures:
- Wide range of treatment options
- Treatment administered by a highly trained professional
- Comfortable and pain-free treatment
- Control over your smile and your life
Dentures are used to replace missing teeth and surrounding oral tissue. They closely resemble your natural teeth to maintain an authentic look and achieve a smile you’re proud of.
Otherwise known as a removable dental crown, a partial denture fills the gap between one or more missing teeth. Compared to a normal bridge, partial dentures offer the ability to be removed giving you control over when you wear them. Partial dentures prevent your healthy teeth from shifting into improper positions.
Full dentures are used when replacing all of the natural teeth. There are two types of full dentures: conventional and immediate. Conventional dentures are made after the natural teeth have been removed and the surrounding oral tissue has healed. Immediate dentures are made in advance and placed in the mouth right after the removal of natural teeth.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you need all of your teeth removed, full dentures will be required. If you have some healthy teeth remaining, partial dentures may be right for you.
The dentures themselves should not be painful as they are fitted to your mouth by one of our highly trained professionals. However, if you require multiple teeth to be removed, the affected area may be sore following the procedure.
Most insurance companies do not cover the cost of dentures. However, they work on a case-by-case basis so we recommend speaking to your provider directly for a full explanation of your coverage.