Chatswood <br /> Dental Associates

Why Today’s Dentures Might Just Surprise You

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If you are facing the loss of your teeth, you might have resigned yourself to dentures, picturing in your mind the old-fashioned, fake-looking teeth worn by your grandparents. But most patients in our Chatswood, NSW dental clinic who opt for dentures are pleasantly surprised. Today’s dentures are natural-looking and much more comfortable than they were in the past.

Here’s what else you should know about modern dentures.

Full Dentures

Patients who have lost all of their teeth and who opt for full dentures will find that they are made of much better materials than were old-fashioned dentures. Our dentists will ensure a proper fit with your full dentures, so you will find it quite natural to speak, chew and laugh.

Those who had been dealing with multiple dental issues prior to dentures will love their new smile, customised to fit their facial structure.

Partial Dentures

If you still have some of your natural teeth, you might opt for a partial denture to fill in the gaps so you can chew comfortably again. Removeable like full dentures, these are designed to blend in seamlessly with your natural teeth.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Combining the best of both worlds is dentures that are supported by dental implants. You can save money by not having to pay for a mouth full of dental implants but still enjoy the stability they provide. With implant-supported dentures, you can have the security of knowing that your dentures will not shift or slide. You can eat, laugh and speak with full confidence—and enjoy a beautiful, natural-looking smile at the same time.

We Welcome Your Enquiries on Dentures at Our Chatswood, NSW Dental Clinic

You don’t have to live with missing teeth when modern dentistry offers great tooth replacement options. We look forward to booking your consultation to discuss your treatment plan. Give our dental clinic a call to learn more about dentures.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.