If you are missing multiple teeth or full arches of teeth, dentures may be right for you.
Dr. Angela Wingate and her professional dental team offer full and partial dentures to patients in the Garner, North Carolina area. Dr. Wingate works with patients one-on-one to discuss their concerns and to find a treatment option that works well with their budget and specific oral health needs. Learn more about dentures as restorative dental solutions below.
Types of Dentures
Full Dentures: Full dentures replace upper or lower teeth. This type of denture can be fixed or removable. Fixed dentures are anchored by dental implants which increase the success rate of the denture.
Implant Dentures: Implant dentures offer a number of benefits compared to removable dentures. There is no chance of slippage and no adhesive needed. Patients are able to eat without restrictions as the implants are secure and durable. Implants improve the health of bone and gums for more natural form and function.
Partial Dentures: Partial dentures are often used to replace several missing teeth. Like full dentures, they can either be fixed or removable. A fixed partial denture may be secured in place with dental crowns or dental implants.
Traditional vs. Partial Dentures
Traditional dentures and partial dentures can offer different benefits to our patients. Partials are ideal for patients who are missing several teeth. Full dentures are a good option for patients who are missing most of their natural teeth. Dentures can be removable or fixed and full dentures can be secured by dental implants. Partial dentures are removable and attached to an acrylic and metal frame that is secured onto the remaining teeth. Dr. Wingate will help you determine which option is right for you during a consultation.
Schedule a Consultation
Do you want to improve the form and function of teeth? Replace your missing teeth for a fuller and healthier smile. Request an appointment with us online or call Dr. Wingate and her dental team today at 919.238.3470. If you have any questions about treatment options, feel free to ask our dental staff. They will be happy to help.