Jamaica Plain

Dentures in Malden, Jamaica Plain and Manchester, NH

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What Are Dentures?

Dentures are removable dental prosthetics designed to replace missing teeth and restore oral functionality and aesthetics. They are custom-made to fit the unique shape of each patient's mouth and can replace a few teeth (partial dentures) or a full arch of teeth (complete dentures). Dentures are typically made from acrylic, porcelain, or a combination of both materials.
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Benefits of Denture Implants

When both the tooth and root are damaged, the best permanent replacement is a denture implant in conjunction with a ceramic crown. This solution both looks and functions just like a natural tooth.

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Initial Consultation and Impressions

During your initial consultation, our experienced dentists will assess your oral health and discuss your specific needs and preferences for dentures. We take detailed impressions of your mouth to ensure your dentures fit perfectly.
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Denture Fabrication and Fitting

Once impressions are taken, our skilled dental technicians fabricate your dentures in our state-of-the-art laboratory. We meticulously craft your dentures to match the shape, size, and color of your natural teeth. During the fitting appointment, we ensure your dentures fit comfortably and make any necessary adjustments.

Final Placement and Follow-Up

After your dentures are fabricated, we place them in your mouth. We ensure they fit properly and provide instructions on care and maintenance. Follow-up appointments are scheduled to address any issues and ensure your dentures remain comfortable and functional for the long term.

Benefits of Dentures

Improved Chewing and Speaking

Dentures restore the ability to chew food properly and speak clearly, improving the overall quality of life. Missing teeth can make chewing difficult and may affect speech, but dentures provide the necessary support for efficient chewing and clear speech.
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Restored Aesthetics

Dentures fill in gaps left by missing teeth, restoring facial structure and enhancing appearance. A complete smile boosts confidence and improves facial aesthetics, allowing individuals to feel more comfortable and attractive in social situations.

Boosted Confidence

With a complete smile, individuals regain their confidence in social situations and feel more comfortable interacting with others. Dentures eliminate self-consciousness about missing teeth, allowing individuals to smile, laugh, and speak without hesitation.

Preservation of Oral Health

Dentures prevent remaining teeth from shifting into empty spaces and help maintain jawbone structure. This prevents further tooth loss and preserves facial contours. Additionally, dentures distribute chewing forces evenly, reducing stress on remaining teeth and supporting oral health.

Are There Any Replacement Options Other Than Dentures?

Dental Implants

Dental implants are titanium posts surgically placed into the jawbone to support artificial teeth. They offer a more permanent and stable solution compared to traditional dentures. Implants look, feel, and function like natural teeth, providing superior chewing efficiency and preventing bone loss in the jaw.
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Dental Bridges

Dental bridges consist of artificial teeth anchored to adjacent natural teeth or implants. They are an alternative for replacing one or more missing teeth. Bridges are fixed prosthetics, meaning they are cemented in place and do not require removal like dentures. However, they may require altering healthy adjacent teeth for support.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Implant-supported dentures are dentures anchored to dental implants for increased stability and functionality. They offer a middle ground between traditional dentures and dental implants. Implant-supported dentures provide better retention and stability than traditional dentures, allowing for improved chewing efficiency and comfort.

Am I The Right Candidate For Dentures?

You may be a suitable candidate for dentures if you:

  • Have multiple missing teeth or require full arch restoration.
  • Have good overall oral health and no active gum disease.
  • Are committed to proper denture care and regular dental check-ups.
  • Have realistic expectations about the function and appearance of dentures.

How Long Do Dentures Last?

The longevity of dentures depends on several factors:

  • Material:

    Acrylic dentures typically last 5-7 years, while porcelain dentures can last up to 10 years or more.
  • Oral Hygiene:

     Proper denture care, including daily cleaning and regular dental check-ups, can extend their lifespan.
  • Changes in Jawbone Structure:

    Over time, the jawbone may change shape, requiring adjustments or replacement of dentures.

With proper care, dentures can provide many years of function and aesthetics.

How Do I Care For My Dentures?

Daily Cleaning

  • Brush your dentures daily with a soft-bristled brush and non-abrasive denture cleaner.
  • Rinse dentures after meals to remove food particles.
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Handle with Care

  • Handle dentures carefully to avoid dropping and damaging them.
  • When not in use, store dentures in a denture cleaning solution or water to prevent them from drying out.

Maintain Oral Hygiene

  • Clean your gums, tongue, and palate with a soft toothbrush or damp cloth.
  • Remove dentures at night to give your mouth a rest.

Regular Check-ups

  • Visit your dentist regularly for check-ups and adjustments to ensure proper fit and function.
  • Your dentist can also inspect your mouth for signs of oral health issues.

Cost of Dentures

When you need two snap-on dentures, one for the top and one for the bottom, you can expect to pay somewhere in the neighborhood of $6,000 for the procedure and the dentures themselves. This, of course, will be subject to the level of expertise of your dental surgeon, as well as your geographic location in the country. It might also be impacted by your specific circumstances, if any extra work is necessary to prepare your mouth. In any case, you may be able to get part of the cost defrayed by your dental insurance carrier, so you're not obliged to pay the entire amount out of pocket.

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Choosing An Experienced Dentist

Not all dentists are experienced in installing snap-on dentures, so you should be careful when choosing a dentist who has both the knowledge and the experience to handle your situation adequately. One good way to do this is to check online reviews posted by other patients, because this will tell you whether or not they had a good experience, and whether they had any problems with the installed denture implants.

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