Achieve Comfort-Fit Dentures Made-for-You at the Tooth Booth Clinic
Recent advances in denture technology have helped denture wearers to achieve complete comfort through natural-looking replacements to missing teeth. For those who have lost teeth due to disease, age or an accident and are considering the options of dentures, the expert office team at the Tooth Booth offers an extensive range of options to help ensure that great smile in the long-term.
There are two unique types of dentures. And so patients will be able to choose, through close consultation with Dr. Booth, which of the two following options suits their needs best :
Often described as either conventional or immediate dentures, complete dentures are designed to replace each of the patient’s teeth. Candidates for such a procedure are those that have lost all their teeth, either due to an accident or disease. And complete denture sets can be made for the lower jaw, upper jaw or both, depending on the severity of the issue. Immediate dentures are those complete denture sets that are immediately inserted after the removal of remaining teeth. The advantage of this process is that it means the wearer has instant access to new teeth after treatment. Conventional dentures, which are inserted 6-8 weeks after the gum has healed after tooth removal, sometimes offer a better fit as they’re placed once the swelling has decreased.
Partial dentures are primarily utilized when there are a few teeth missing in a certain area of the mouth. They consist of replacement teeth that are attached to gum colored bases, which connect through the use of a metal framework. One of the great advantages of partial dentures is that they’re removable. They attach to natural teeth with either metal clasps or precision attachments, enabling the wearer to achieve that standout smile with little visible evidence of denture wear.
Precision Process for Exquisite Results
The process for designing and customizing dentures through Dr. Booth generally takes about five appointments from the initial diagnosis phase through to the final denture placement and adjustment. It’s a process that has been refined by Dr. Booth over his decades as one of the leading dentists in the region. And patients will find it’s a process that can help them gain seamless comfort utilizing the very latest in denture technology.
To find out which denture solution is right for your personal oral health requirements, contact Dr. Booth and his clinic team today to learn more about the options available. With a quality working process and a commitment to superb results, the team at the Tooth Booth is now serving patients with best in-class options.