Dentures in West Palm Beach
The Most Economical Tooth Replacement Option
Is your South Florida smile looking a little worse for wear? Has chewing become more difficult than it used to be? If you are looking for affordable dentures in West Palm Beach because you have lost sections of your teeth from trauma or infections, then Advanced Dental Group can help you. We offer natural, well-fitted dentures as an effective tooth replacement option that will improve your health and your appearance. You’ll be much more comfortable chewing, particularly if you have fixed partial dentures supported by implants.
Contact the professionals at Advanced Dental Group to schedule an appointment and learn more about our dentures in West Palm Beach.
We offer the following types of dentures in West Palm Beach:
- Removal partial dentures: These tooth replacement appliances replace a group of teeth, and they are attached to the remaining natural teeth. The partial dentures are attached to a gum-colored plastic, and they may have clasps and a metal framework connected to your teeth, similar to a retainer, only with attached false teeth.
- Fixed partial dentures/permanent bridges: These are much more stable than typical dentures, and patients missing several front teeth often opt for implant-support partial dentures, especially if their remaining natural teeth cannot support dentures due to lack of strength. Implants are placed before you will have the dentures added.
- Full-mouth dentures: Complete dentures replace all natural teeth, and they are supported only by your remaining soft tissue and bone. When finances allow, we recommend our patients to have dentures supported by dental implants, instead, because over time the jawbone will disintegrate little by little until your dentures no longer fit comfortably.
Learn More About West Palm Beach Dentures at Advanced Dental Group
After you’ve been fitted for dentures, don’t worry if you feel self-conscious or uncomfortable at first. This is normal. You may have noticed changes in your smile and your speech, or you feel like your mouth is too full. Over time, you will adjust, especially with a little bit of patience and training on how to relax your facial muscles properly.