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Dentures Services at Spring Field Dental

Are you struggling with missing teeth and seeking a reliable solution to restore your smile? Look no further than Springfield Dental for expert denture services. Whether you're missing a few teeth or require full-mouth restoration, our team is dedicated to providing you with high-quality dentures that not only enhance your appearance but also improve your oral health and overall well-being.

You May Require Dentures If You Have

  • Missing Teeth: If you're missing teeth because of decay, injury, or any other dental issue, dentures could be the perfect solution for you. They fill in those empty spaces, giving you a complete smile once again.
  • Difficulty Chewing: Ever find yourself struggling to chew your favorite foods because of missing teeth? Dentures can help make eating more comfortable and enjoyable so you can savor every bite without worry.
  • Speech Problems: Have you noticed that missing teeth make it harder to pronounce certain words? Dentures can help improve your speech clarity, giving you back your confidence when speaking.
  • Sunken Facial Appearance: Losing teeth can make your face look sunken and older than it should. Dentures provide support to your facial muscles, giving you back a more youthful and vibrant appearance.
  • Gum Inflammation: When you're missing teeth, your gums can become irritated and inflamed. Dentures cover the gum area, protecting them and promoting better oral health overall.

Key Benefits

  • Improved Appearance: Dentures aren't just about filling in gaps; they're about giving you back your smile and boosting your overall facial appearance. Say goodbye to those empty spaces and hello to a confident, complete smile.
  • Enhanced Chewing Function: Missing teeth can make it tough to enjoy your favorite foods, but dentures can change that. With dentures, you can sink your teeth into a wider variety of foods, ensuring you get the nutrition you need for a healthy life.
  • Speech Improvement: Have you noticed that missing teeth affect your speech? Dentures can help you articulate words more clearly, giving you back your confidence in conversations and social settings.
  • Prevents Shifting of Remaining Teeth: One of the sneaky effects of missing teeth is that they can cause your remaining teeth to shift out of place. Dentures fill in those gaps, keeping your teeth right where they belong and maintaining your dental alignment.
  • Boosts Self-Confidence: It's amazing how much a smile can affect your self-esteem. With dentures, you can feel good about showing off your smile again, boosting your confidence in all your social interactions.

Types of Dentures at Springfield Dental

  • Full Dentures: If you've lost all your natural teeth in the upper or lower jaw or both, full dentures might be the solution for you. These dentures are custom-made to fit snugly over your gums, giving you a natural-looking smile and helping you chew comfortably again.
  • Partial Dentures: For those who still have some natural teeth, partial dentures can fill in the gaps. They're made with replacement teeth attached to a gum-colored base, and they're held in place by clasps that hook onto your existing teeth. Not only do they complete your smile, but they also keep your remaining teeth from shifting around.
  • Implant-Supported Dentures: If you're looking for extra stability and security, implant-supported dentures could be the answer. Here, dental implants are surgically placed into your jawbone, providing a solid foundation for your dentures. This option is great for those who want their dentures to feel more like natural teeth.
  • Immediate Dentures: After having your natural teeth removed, immediate dentures can be placed right away. This means you won't have to go without teeth during the healing process. While your gums heal and adjust, your dentures may need some tweaking, but they'll keep you smiling in the meantime.

Expert Denture Treatment at Springfield Dental

  • Initial Consultation: Your journey with us starts with a friendly chat with one of our experienced dentists. We'll take the time to understand your oral health concerns, listen to your goals, and discuss whether dentures are the right fit for you.
  • Treatment Planning: Once we've agreed that dentures are the way forward, we'll put together a personalized plan just for you. Think of it as a roadmap that outlines exactly what type of dentures will work best for your unique situation, along with any other procedures that might be needed to ensure your smile shines bright.
  • Dental Impressions: Now, this part might sound a bit technical, but don't worry – it's painless! We'll take detailed impressions of your mouth to make sure your dentures fit like a glove. These impressions are like a blueprint for our skilled technicians to create your custom-made dentures, ensuring they feel comfortable and secure.
  • Creating a Dental Model: At the lab, a skilled dental technician will use these impressions to make a replica of your mouth using a stone model. Once the stone model is ready, the dental technician starts customizing your denture. They begin by using wax registration blocks to mark where the artificial teeth should be placed. This step helps ensure that the denture fits your mouth perfectly. Next, the technician will use different materials like acrylic, nylon, or resin to build up the base of your denture. This base is carefully crafted to match the shape and contours of your mouth. Finally, the artificial teeth are added to the base, and the technician ensures that the upper and lower teeth fit together correctly for proper bite alignment. This meticulous process results in a custom denture that is tailored to your unique mouth shape and needs.
  • Fitting and Adjustments: Once your dentures are ready, we'll schedule a fitting appointment to make sure they feel just right in your mouth. If any adjustments are needed to ensure a perfect fit and optimal function, we'll take care of them on the spot.

How to Take Care of Your Dentures

  • Cleaning: Just like your natural teeth, dentures need regular cleaning to remove plaque and food particles. Use a soft-bristled brush and a gentle denture cleaner to brush your dentures daily.
  • Soaking: When you're not wearing your dentures, it's important to keep them moist to prevent them from drying out and losing their shape. You can soak your dentures in water or a denture solution overnight.
  • Avoiding Damage: To prolong the life of your dentures, it's important to avoid certain habits and foods that could damage them. Avoid biting down on hard or sticky foods that could cause your dentures to crack or break.

According to the American College of Prosthodontists, approximately 178 million Americans are missing at least one tooth. Schedule your consultation at Springfield Dental in Amesbury, Boston, today and discover the affordable and best denture treatment options for you.

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