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Dentures are a set of replacement teeth, sometimes called "false teeth," that can be worn to replace a person's natural teeth that are lost due to aging, periodontal disease, injury or decay. They allow the wearer to bite, chew and speak normally.
Dentures are fitted specifically to the patient's mouth and will likely need only small adjustments over time. The patient can have either a full set of dentures (top and bottom teeth) or just a set for the upper or lower arch if necessary.
Dentures have become less common with improvements in oral health.
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Depending on the amount you're willing to spend, you can be fitted with either immediate or conventional dentures. The biggest difference between the two is the amount of time you have to wait before being able to use your new set of teeth.

Immediate Dentures
Once your teeth are removed, your dentist can provide you with a set of immediate dentures. These may not be a perfect fit, but you won't have to wait several months for your gums to heal before using dentures. Once your gums have fully healed, you'll most likely be fitted for a set of conventional dentures. Immediate dentures are commonly made from hardened plastic.

Conventional Dentures

Conventional dentures are ones that have been fitted specifically to your mouth. They're likely to be more comfortable than the immediate dentures and won't require much in the way of additional office visits. Conventional dentures can be constructed from either porcelain or hardened plastic.
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We perform the following procedures as well:

Adjustments, Repair and Re-align.