Dentures and Partials

Dentures and Partials

Well-Fitting, Natural-Looking Dentures

We can provide you with high-quality full or partial dentures that will fit well and look very natural. Dr. Martinson or Dr. Greene take pride in creating dentures that will transform your smile.

There are several options for aesthetic, durable materials that can be used to craft your dentures, depending on the doctor’s recommendations and your personal preference. We use an exceptional dental lab which takes great care to make dentures according to our exact specifications.

We can also do relines and repairs for you in one day so you don’t have to be without your dentures.

No matter what type of denture we craft for you, we will provide excellent service and follow-up care throughout the entire procedure.

Types of Dentures We Offer

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Full-palate denture

Traditional full-plate dentures can replace a full arch of missing teeth. The upper denture has a false palate to help keep your denture in place as well as provide structural support. It is removed for cleaning or whenever you like.

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Partial denture with metal clasps

Traditional partial dentures are removable and are held in place with the help of biocompatible metal clasps that grip adjacent teeth.

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Partial dentures without metal

We can provide you with a metal-free partial denture made entirely of high-quality, flexible medical-grade plastic. This type of denture is more comfortable to wear than a partial denture with metal clasps, and looks very natural.

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Immediate dentures

Our doctors can perform any extractions needed and give you a new temporary dentures on the same day.

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Implant-Supported Dentures

We can provide you with implant-supported dentures that offer stability and increased chewing power compared to traditional dentures. They can also help prevent bone loss in your jaw, which could otherwise give you a prematurely aged look. They can be fixed-in, which means they are placed permanently and can only be removed by the doctor, or they can be removable by you through special snap-in attachments.

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