Partial Dentures

Alternatives to Partial Dentures

When you’re missing teeth, you have several choices for replacing them. You can choose a bridge, an implant-supported crown or bridge, or a removable partial denture.

 

Flexible Partial Denture Procedure

When several teeth in an arch are missing, a flexible partial denture is a good treatment for replacing them. Flexible partials are removable appliances that are held in place by gum-colored clasps that fit around the remaining teeth.

 

Partial Denture Procedure

When many teeth in an arch are missing, a partial denture is a good treatment for replacing them. Partials are removable appliances that are held in place by clasps that fit around some of the remaining teeth.

 

Precision Partial Denture Procedure

When many teeth in an arch are missing, a precision partial denture is a good treatment for replacing them. Precision partials are removable appliances that are held in place by special attachments that are fitted to your teeth.

 

Why a Partial Denture?

When several teeth are missing, we may recommend a partial denture for replacing them. Partials can prevent a number of dental problems, including shifting teeth, difficulty keeping teeth free of plaque and bacteria, problems with chewing and eating, grinding and clenching, and problems with the jaw joints.

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