Cosmetic & Family Dentistry

Partial and Full Dentures

Though much advancement has been made in the field of dentistry, teeth loss is still an ongoing problem. Tooth loss is difficult to endure. It can affect not only the aesthetic nature of our smiles but also our ability to chew and speak. Many people who suffer from the loss of a tooth are vulnerable to develop depression because they feel self-conscious about the look of their once full, vibrant smile. There are a number of available options for people who have lost one or more of their teeth; one of the most affordable and versatile treatments being a set of removable dentures.

Full Dentures

Full DentureA full denture replaces a full arch of teeth.  Conventional full dentures are removable, but new advancements have allowed practitioners to instead anchor your full denture using dental implant posts, clips, or bonding materials.  

Although nothing can perfectly replace your natural teeth, new advancements in denture technology have made dentures more comfortable and stable than ever before. If you are missing one or more of your teeth, you should look into acquiring dentures to solve this problem. 

Partial Dentures

ValplastA partial denture is a removable appliance which is used to replace multiple missing teeth. Traditionally, partials are rigid, and are attached to the adjacent teeth with metal clasps. Dr. Yurovsky, however, uses clear clasps that improve the appearance of your smile.

We are also proud to offer an advancement over traditional partial dentures. Valplast Flexible Partial Dentures are made from an unbreakable nylon resin which bends and flexes with your mouth. Not only are these dentures more comfortable, but they also possess superior durability and a better appearance than traditional partials.

Valplast Partial Dentures are less expensive than Dental Implants, and require no surgery or invasive procedures. Each partial of this kind is made custom-fit to your mouth in a dental lab, and comes with a lifetime guarantee against breakage and fracture.

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