Do you struggle to eat and speak because you are missing most or all of your teeth?
Dentures can replace your missing teeth and allow you to eat and speak properly once more.
Our team of dentists in Hamden, CT, combines technology and experience to help you achieve a beautiful and functional smile with dentures.
What Are Dentures?
Full dentures replace used when you are missing all of your natural teeth along one or both dental arches. They are also referred to as complete dentures.
Partial dentures are used when you are missing several teeth along a dental arch. Partial dentures fill in the gap to complete your smile for optimal oral function.
Traditional Dentures vs. Implant-Supported Dentures
Traditional dentures rely on denture adhesive to remain in place along your gums. One common complaint with traditional dentures is that they can slip out of place when you eat and speak, and denture adhesive can be messy.
Implant-supported dentures are secured directly to dental implants. Dental implants are titanium posts that are surgically placed directly in your jaw. Your dentures are secured to the implants, providing maximum stability and other dental benefits.
Benefits of Implant Dentures
Once your dentist secures your dentures to your dental implants, there is no need to remove them. You won't need to use messy adhesives, and there are no risks of slipping when you eat or speak. You can be confident your dentures are secured in place.
Even a single missing tooth can cause jawbone deterioration. When the jaw loses the stimulation the tooth roots once provided, it can begin to deteriorate. Dental implants are the only restorative dentistry treatment that can stop and prevent this bone deterioration, which can save you from needing a bone graft later.
Prevent Sagging Facial Muscles
A sunken look due to sagging facial muscles is often the result of bone deterioration that occurs with tooth loss. Because dental implants prevent this bone loss, they can also help maintain the muscles in your mouth and face.
Restore Your Oral Function
Call our Hamden, CT, dentistry practice today.
At Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry of Connecticut, we have a team of three skilled dentists to help meet all of your dentistry needs. Dr. Aaron Gross, Dr. Nicole B. Becker, and Dr. Dominic Gambino combine their expertise with state-of-the-art dental technology to give you a beautiful and functional smile with dentures that look just like natural teeth.
Tooth loss is more common than you may think, but that doesn't mean you have to live with reduced oral function. Contact us using our form or call our Hamden, CT, dental office to request a consultation to see if dentures are right for you.
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Dr Gross and all his staff are awesome and extremely patient focused me and my family always have a great experience. I have lived in various countries all over the world and Dr Gross is the best dentist I have ever had. I met with Dr Becker on my last visit and she was very friendly and engaging and is a great addition to the practice.View on Google
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Why Choose Dentures?
Missing teeth can make living day-to-day life difficult. Dentures restore your oral function so you can eat the foods you love and speak with confidence.
Improved Oral Health
If you have severe dental damage or decay, extraction may be the best option to restore your oral health and prevent further infection. Dentures then replace the teeth for a functional smile.
Missing teeth can cause you to feel embarrassed and hide your smile. With dentures, you can feel confident sharing your smile with the world.
Traditional Dentures Timeline
Implant-Supported Dentures Process
During this appointment, your dentist will surgically place your implants. We offer immediate denture placement, but it is important to note that these are temporary dentures and not your permanent set. Over the next several months, your implants will fuse to the jawbone in a process called osseointegration.
Final Restoration Placement
Once your permanent set of dentures is ready, you will come in for placement. Your dentist will make any adjustments to ensure proper fit, function, and comfort. After securing your denture to the implants, you will treat your dentures like natural teeth. They will remain in place except for routine dental exams and cleanings.
See How Implant Supported Dentures Are Placed
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Dr Gross not only has a super bedside manner, he uses all the state of the art Dental equipment. Implants, crowns in an hour, and over all superb workmanship! Highly rated....clearly.View on Google
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Our Hamden office accepts most dental insurance plans and providers to reduce or even eliminate your out-of-pocket costs. For those without insurance or to help with costs not covered by your dental insurance, we offer affordable financing options to ensure you can get the treatment you need. Contact us today to learn more about our financing options.