Ramapo Dental Care
29 N Airmont Rd, Suite 2, Suffern, NY 10901

Dentures in Suffern, NY

How Are Dentures Used?

If you don’t feel confident about smiling because you have missing teeth, affordable quality dentures can make you feel good about showing your teeth again. A denture is a set of artificial teeth that are attached to a pink or gum-colored base. When you wear these replacement teeth, you’ll not only look better, but you’ll be able to function better when it comes to chewing and speaking.

What Are the Various Types of Dentures?

Dental technology has made much progress over the years. Now, you can choose from denture options that are more attractive and better fitting than before. Meet with one of our dentists to learn about the options that are available to you.

Full and Partial Dentures

A full denture, also known as a complete denture, is the dental appliance that can be used when every tooth is missing from an arch. If a patient still has some natural teeth left, a partial denture would be used. A partial denture stays in place with metal clasps that hold the denture onto the surrounding natural teeth.

Flexible Partial Denture

It used to be the case that a partial denture was made with a stiff metal base. However, there is a type of appliance called a flexible partial denture that is growing more popular thanks to its flexible base. This base is not only more comfortable to wear, but it tends to look more natural than the base of a standard partial denture.

Implant-Supported Denture

You may choose to receive an implant-supported denture to keep your replacement teeth from shifting during wear. This style of denture is removed at night for cleaning, but when you wear it, you snap it into place over dental implants that have been anchored in the jaw.

All-on-Four Denture

If you need a full arch of teeth replaced, you might be looking for an alternative to expensive, invasive, full-mouth reconstruction with dental implants. All on four dentures are applied with a procedure that is worth asking your dentist about. It uses just four dental implants to hold a fixed, full denture securely in place.

How Are Dentures Placed?

What can you expect during the process of getting dentures? First of all, if your teeth are in too poor of a condition to repair, the dentist will remove them. You may be provided with custom dentures to wear while you wait for your gums to heal and your final dentures to be made. It can take anywhere from a few weeks to months before you’ll return to your dentist’s office to be fitted with your new dentures. The wait is well worth it for your attractive and functional new smile.

What Will a Set of Dentures Cost?

Dentures prices vary from patient to patient. That’s because the cost of affordable quality dentures depends on the type the patient has chosen and the amount of work needed to prepare the mouth for the dental appliance. No matter what type of denture you’re interested in, we will strive to give you options to help keep the cost within your budget.

What Are Soft Relines for Dentures?

If your top or bottom denture doesn’t seem to fit as well as it did in the past, it may be a good time for a denture reline. If you’re experiencing dental pain or sore spots, a soft denture reline can provide the soft, pliable layer you need, and that cushioned feeling should last for up to two years after the reline.

Are you thinking about getting dentures in Suffern? Our friendly team is here to answer all of your questions. Please give us a call to book a consultation.

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Wed. – 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thu. – 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Fri. – 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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