Dentures, also known as false teeth, are prosthetic devices constructed to replace missing teeth and tissues; they are supported by the surrounding soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity. Conventional dentures are removable and can be either a partial denture (replacement of few missing teeth) or a complete denture (for replacement of completely edentulous arch). Implant supported dentures can further improve the denture’s function and stability, as well as providing a fixed (non-removable) solution for replacement of single or multiple missing teeth. There are many different denture designs, and Dr. Jennifer will help you determine the best design that suits your needs depending on your clinical condition.
For more information, please see the attached PDF files or ask Dr. Jennifer when you come in for a consultation.
|Complete Denture (pdf)||142 Kb|
|Complete Denture with Locator Attachments on a Bar (pdf)||148 Kb|
|Complete Dentures with 2 or 4 attachments Locators (pdf)||146 Kb|
|Complete Dentures with a Milled Bar Attachment (pdf)||570 Kb|
|Dental Implants (pdf)||119 Kb|
|Partial Dentures (pdf)||119 Kb|
|Partial Dentures with Locator Attachments (pdf)||143 Kb|
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