Dentures & PartialsRockland County, NY

Dentures & Partials An Overview

If you are missing a full arch or both arches of your teeth, partial dentures or dentures may be the right solution for you. Dr. Petere Auster and Dr. Frances Tang place cosmetic dentures, partials, and implant supported dentures in our Pomona, NY dentist office. We use high-quality material and advanced technology to create a tooth replacement solution that is right for you.

Our team takes a comprehensive, personalized approach to full mouth restoration. Visit Cosmetic Dentistry Associates to receive the dental care you need.

Common Type of Dentures

  • Removable Dentures: A custom removable dentures is taken out daily and held into place using a high-quality adhesive. This form of tooth replacement requires daily cleaning and maintenance. Most patients with removable dentures often seek a more stable solution for their teeth replacement in the future.
  • Fixed Dentures: A fixed denture, also known as an implant secured denture, is a permanent restoration. Implant secured dentures offer a long-lasting, stable solution for lost teeth. This solution also allows you to smile, chew, and speak without worry of slippage.

Benefits of Implant Secured Dentures

When you lose your teeth, the remaining teeth shift to fill the empty space your missing teeth left behind. The bone underneath your missing teeth also begins to deteriorate until the point where it can no longer support your remaining teeth.

Implants are designed to replace the natural tooth root, which helps stimulate the jaw bone and prevent further deterioration. Many patients choose implant supported dentures because it offers them a secure and natural looking solution for missing teeth.

With implant supported dentures, you can also look forward to these key benefits:

  • Improved gum health
  • Prevents bone retention
  • Prevents facial sagging due to missing teeth
  • A more secure solution
  • A convenient option for lost teeth
  • Minimizes irritation to the gum tissue and surrounding areas

Dentures & Partials What to Expect

During your consultation, our team will evaluate your smile and recommend the best solution for you. If dentures are right for you, we will discuss if traditional dentures of implant secured dentures are the best solution for your smile.

If implants are used to secure your dentures, our experienced team of dentists can perform all aspects of your dental implant procedure in our Pomona dentist office. We will place the necessary amount of implants into the jaw bone. On average, implants take 3-6 months to fully fuse into the jaw bone. During the healing phase, we will place a temporary denture to restore function to your smile. After the healing process is complete, we will take impressions of your teeth to help create your custom dentures.

Your custom denture is created with your specific needs in mind. A beautifully crafted denture is designed to fit comfortably and blend seamlessly with your natural smile.

Schedule A Dental Exam & Consultation

If you are missing teeth, visit our team at Cosmetic Dentistry Associates in Pomona, NY. We offer high quality, patient-focused dentistry for patients of all ages. If you would like to learn more about dentures, partials, or implant secured dentures, schedule a consultation with our team. To schedule an appointment, call (845) 241-0656 or request an appointment online.

Dentures & Partials FAQs

Do you need adhesive for partial dentures?

Dental adhesive is not always necessary, however it can be used to improve the fit of your partial dentures. If your dentures are well fitting, you will usually not need any help keeping them in, however some people still choose to use adhesive for a sense of security. If your old dentures do not fit properly anymore, you may need new dentures.

Can you eat with partial dentures?

You will still be able to eat and drink the same foods as before getting your partial dentures. Although, you will need to be a bit more conscious about the types of foods you eat. You may find it difficult to clean your dentures if you eat sticky foods, and hard foods may damage your dentures over time.

What should I do if I have a broken denture?

Call your dentist immediately. Visit us, we may be able to fix your denture. Although, sometimes a fixed broken denture can cause more harm than good. If its structural integrity is compromised, we may recommend getting a new one.