If you are missing most or all of your teeth, it may be difficult to eat and embarrassing to smile.
A set of lifelike dentures is one of the most reliable, immediate options available for restoring your smile.
At Malki Dental in Bergen County, NJ, we offer traditional and implant-supported dentures for patients with extensive tooth loss.
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Tooth loss affects both the function and appearance of your smile. Dentures can combat these effects, improving your speech, ability to eat, and confidence. Further, for patients on a budget, traditional dentures are often the least expensive solution for tooth loss.
If you are missing most or all of your teeth, our dentist offers a number of effective solutions. Contact our dentistry practice online to ask a question or request a consultation. We serve patients from Paramus and other areas of Bergen County from our River Edge, NJ, office. You can also reach us by phone:
Types of Dentures
A complete denture replaces an entire arch of missing teeth in the upper or lower jaw. An upper denture covers the roof of your mouth and teeth, and the lower one is shaped to cover just the teeth. The end result is restored oral function, and the appearance that your natural teeth are still in place.
A partial denture consists of an acrylic, gum-colored base, artificial teeth, and metal hooks to hold the appliance in place. Partials are a removable alternative to bridges and work well for patients whose missing teeth are not next to one another.
Implant-supported dentures are prosthetic teeth that are permanently affixed to dental implants. The implants are surgically placed in the jawbone in strategic locations, and the dentures attach to the implants with a ball-and-socket connector. They can replace an entire arch of missing teeth in the upper or lower jaw, or both.
Traditional Denture Process
Over time, changes to the gums and dental arch necessitate denture realignment. We perform denture repair to make sure your dentures function and look as good as possible.
Implant-Supported Dentures Treatment
With standard dental implants, Dr. Malki must place up to six implants in the upper or lower jaw to support a full denture.
Implant-Supported Dentures Questions
How Many Implants Will I Need?
Some patients may not require as many as six dental implants and can instead achieve their goals with only four implant posts. During your consultation at our dentistry practice serving River Edge, NJ, Paramus, NJ, and other areas of Bergen County, NJ, our dentist will determine how many implants need to be placed.
Can I Wear My Current Denture While I Heal?
In some cases, your current dentures can be worn while you heal from dental implant surgery. If, however, Dr. Malki determines that your current denture is unsuitable or will hinder the healing process, he may be able to provide a temporary restoration for you to wear for a couple of weeks until he determines that you can wear your dentures.
How Long Do Dentures Last?
With proper care, your dentures may last 10 years or more. Dental implants can last a lifetime. To extend the lifespan of all restorations, be sure to clean your dentures, any remaining teeth, and gums as directed. It is also important to visit the dentist regularly.
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