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When you have many teeth missing, it can cause problems like your jawbone weakening, your other teeth moving out of place, and a higher chance of getting cavities and gum disease. If you want to restore your smile and improve your oral health, our dentures service might be just what you need.

What are Dentures?

Dentures are removable prostheses that replace several missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Once you stick them with a safe adhesive, they restore your smile and help you regain your ability to eat, speak, and laugh.

We offer two main types of dentures:

Partial Dentures

These are ideal when you have some natural teeth remaining. Partial dentures are porcelain or ceramic teeth over a gum-colored base, and they blend seamlessly with your existing teeth.

Complete Dentures

When all of your natural teeth are missing in the upper or lower arch, complete dentures are an excellent solution. We craft these dentures for the perfect fit, making them look and feel great.

How are Dentures Made?

 Instead of using traditional physical molds, our team will take digital impressions of your oral tissue with an intraoral camera. We will convert these images into a detailed 3D model of your dentures on the computer.

Once the digital design is finished, we will use 3D printing technology to create the actual dentures and do a final fitting to make any necessary adjustments.

Are Dentures Permanent?

While dentures offer a long-lasting and comfortable solution for tooth replacement, they are not permanent. Over time, your mouth's shape may change, or your dentures may break due to wear and tear. Therefore, you will need adjustments or replacements from time to time.

By following a proper care routine and scheduling regular dental check-ups, your dentures can serve you well for as long as a decade.  

How to Care for Your Dentures

  • Remove and clean your dentures after you eat to eliminate remaining food particles.

  • Brush dentures every day with a soft-bristled brush to remove plaque and stains.

  • Soak dentures in water at room temperature or a denture-cleaning solution overnight to prevent warping.

  • Handle dentures with care to avoid any accidental damage.

  • Schedule regular dental check-ups for adjustments and to monitor your oral health.

Ready to Reclaim Your Confident Smile with Dentures?

We invite you to schedule a visit to River Valley Dental! Our friendly team is eager to meet you, answer your questions, and design a personalized dentures solution. Call today to book your appointment!