Dentures, Partial Dentures, Complete Dentures
Are missing teeth or ill-fitting dentures causing discomfort and embarrassment? If so, you know that your lifestyle can be severely inhibited by these problems, making it difficult just to eat and speak normally.
Dentures are meant to be a solution, not a problem. If this is not true in your case, we can resolve these frustrating issues by creating dentures that are comfortable, restore function, and improve your appearance.
State-of-the-Art Technology and Training
If you think of dentures and envision clunky, one-size-fits-all false teeth, you may be surprised by the look and feel of today’s dentures. At Tysons Dentistry, we combine personalized, thoughtful patient care with state-of-the-art dental technology. Drs. Shahram and Sanati are continually mastering the latest dental technologies and techniques to provide our patients with the best dentistry available.
With the patience and precision needed for the denture development process, we are able to use updated materials and techniques to create dentures that are comfortable and look just like natural teeth.
Updated Dentures Make a Difference
Depending on your situation, we can use either partial or complete dentures. Both are removable dental appliances that replace missing teeth. Partials are used if only a few of your teeth are missing. If all your teeth are missing, we use complete dentures..
If you’re wearing dentures that were made years ago, you may notice that they no longer fit properly. This is a common problem, because your jaw line changes over time and dentures that used to fit perfectly are now uncomfortable and unstable.
Today’s dentures are custom-made by trained technicians using advanced technology and materials that look, fit, and feel better than dentures made years ago. Our trusted dental lab has the experience and expertise needed to create stunning dentures that restore function and enhance your appearance. At Tysons Dentistry, we take the time to understand your expectations so that we can deliver results that make you feel good about the way you look.
Added Stability for Dentures
One of the most common complaints about dentures is that they slip and shift, causing embarrassment and irritation. Regular dentures rest on the gums and tend to be less stable on the lower jaw.
In this case, an implant-supported denture is available, allowing you to experience a more stable and secure fit. The denture is supported by and attached to dental implants so that it remains in place while eating, talking, and chewing.
, Partial Dentures