Affordable Dentures in Littleton, CO
If you’re suffering from missing teeth, you understand better than anyone else how much those gaps in your grin can affect your life. Eating and talking can become difficult, leading to you missing out on activities you once enjoyed like dinner with family, outings with friends, and more. Now, you don’t have to miss out. Full and partial dentures are a great option for getting back to the smile you know and love. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and see if dentures are the right replacement option for you!Schedule Online
When people think of dentures, they see images from movies of false teeth falling out of the grandfather’s or grandmother’s mouth. However, that couldn’t be further from the truth. Traditional dentures are a great route to take for tooth restoration that doesn’t involve invasive techniques. Dentures are false yet realistic-looking teeth that are attached to a gum-colored acrylic base. Depending on your needs, dentures can replace entire arches—both upper and lower—or clusters of missing teeth when some of your natural teeth are still intact and healthy. This versatile tool is much more than the butt of the joke in movies—it changes lives!
If you’re looking for a more permanent solution to full-mouth restorations, we can stabilize your dentures using implants. The implant procedure allows for a no-slip denture experience without the use of adhesives. With just as little as four implants, you can have a fully restored smile that looks and feels natural, so much so that even you might not be able to tell the difference! To learn more about how dental implants can help you, click here.
How Dentures Stay in Your Mouth
One worry many people have when considering dentures is that the prosthesis will slip and slide around in their mouths or even potentially fall out. Don’t stress. Dentures replacing the entire top arch of teeth can be held in place by special denture-specific adhesives (such as Poligrip® or FixoDent™) that are non-toxic and work wonders for stabilizing your piece. Adhesive can be used for bottom dentures; however, they are usually able to fit comfortably against the lower bone and gum tissue. Partial dentures often rely on your natural teeth for support, using metal clasps to fix themselves in place. Since partial dentures are personalized to the individual’s need, the method of attachment may vary. We’ll be sure to go through all of the ins and outs of your unique dentures at your appointment.
Affordable Denture Services
If you want to replace your teeth but have financial concerns, don’t worry. We provide a wide array of financial options to help you get the care you need without breaking the bank. Check out your financial options and see how you can save big on your dentures!