Dentures are one of the oldest solutions for missing teeth and they’ve stood the test of time for a reason. When you choose dentures to restore your smile, you can count on low cost, minimal treatment time, and a natural appearance.
Traditional dentures are a full arch of replacement teeth that can be easily removed. Special adhesives are used to keep the dentures in place when you’re using them. All of our dentures are custom-crafted to match the shape and shade of your natural teeth, producing the flawless smile you’ve always dreamed of.
If you choose dentures as your restoration, it’s important to follow instructions for keeping them clean. This involves removing them every night and storing them in a special solution to keep them clean. Additionally, you’ll need to maintain your regular oral hygiene routine of brushing and flossing every day combined with regular visits to your dentist.
Though dentures are a great option for many patients, they do come with some drawbacks. Most importantly, dentures don’t provide stimulation to your jawbone, which can lead to complications for your oral health over time. For patients who wish to avoid this, we’re happy to offer implant-supported dentures.
Implant-supported dentures are secured with dental implants, so you can rest assured they won’t slide out of place when you eat or speak. The implants also allow your dentures to fuse directly with your jawbone, providing the stimulation it needs for healthy bone growth.
As if they weren’t already convenient enough, implant-supported dentures never need to be removed. You can clean them just like your natural teeth, with regular brushing and flossing. Best of all, you won’t have to buy any special cleaning solutions or deal with messy adhesives.
Visit Dentistry of Nashville for Dentures
Whether you’re interested in traditional or implant-supported dentures, our experienced dental team can find the perfect solution for your smile. If you’re struggling with tooth loss, contact Dentistry of Nashville today and schedule a consultation with one of our doctors. We look forward to meeting you.