At Gardens Dental Spa, we can design partial or complete dentures, depending on the number of teeth that need to be restored. We’ll take impressions and measurements of your jaw during your appointment. The models will be sent to our dental laboratory, where your custom denture will be fabricated. In the meantime, you’ll be fitted with a set of temporary dentures to wear until your final set is ready. When your new denture arrives from the lab, you will return to our office so the dentist can adjust the fit, so the denture feels as comfortable as possible. Getting used to speaking and eating with your new dentures may take some time.

Types of Dentures

Full Denture

A complete denture replaces all teeth on the mouth's top or bottom. This type of denture is made from an acrylic base and colored to resemble natural teeth and gums. A complete set of upper and lower dentures is required for tooth loss and should only be removed for cleaning and maintenance.

Partial Denture

A partial denture is made to replace one or more missing natural teeth. Removable, but clasps or attachments are placed on the natural teeth to hold them in place. A partial denture can be an effective alternative to a bridge or other restorative treatments if worn correctly.

The Benefits of Dentures

  • Improved appearance
  • Easier eating and speaking
  • Increased confidence
  • Decreased risk of decay when all of your teeth are replaced at once
  • Preserves jaw bone structure by keeping your natural teeth in place
  • Less expensive than dental implants
  • Can be attached to implants to improve support and stability

Denture Care

Once you’ve received your dentures, you can care for them by brushing them daily to remove food particles and prevent stains from forming on the surface. It would help to soak them in a denture-cleaning solution or water overnight to keep them clean and prevent them from drying out. Never use bleach or cleaning products containing acids on your dentures because they will damage them. Although removable, dentures are fragile and should be handled carefully to prevent breakage. If you drop them, they could break or become damaged. Proper cleaning and storage are also essential to maintain the life of your dentures. Keep your dentures in a safe place when you’re not wearing them and away from pets and children who might damage them. 

Certain foods can damage dentures, so avoid hard foods like popcorn kernels, nuts, and ice. Cut your food into small pieces and eat slowly while chewing on both sides of your mouth equally. Hot beverages can also warp the acrylic of your dentures; try drinking through a straw to limit the heat that touches them. See your dentist for regular checkups every six months to a year to ensure your dentures are still fitting correctly. 


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Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

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