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Dentures & Partials – Colorado Springs

Enjoy a Full Smile Again

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Dentures are prosthetic teeth attached to a gum-colored base, and they provide a natural-looking, stable solution for replacing several or a whole row of missing teeth. Here at Anderson Family Dental, we provide full and partial dentures in Colorado Springs.

Why Choose Anderson Family Dental for Dentures & Partials?

  • Custom-designed prosthetics for every patient
  • Implant-retained dentures available
  • Partnered with the best local dental labs

Partial Denture

partial denture

Just like the name suggests, a partial denture is one that replaces several missing teeth when some natural teeth are still present in the gums. The partial can be permanently fixed in place or left removable for easy cleaning. A fixed partial denture is more commonly called a bridge, and it is often used when several teeth are missing in a row. A removable partial can replace teeth from various parts of the mouth. When not secured with dental implants, partial dentures are held in place with a metal frame that clasps to the remaining teeth. The fixed bridge uses the surrounding teeth as anchors for the prosthetic teeth that fill the gap in between.

Full Denture

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Also called a complete denture, full dentures replace an entire arch of missing teeth. A full denture can be held in place by dental implants, with natural suction, or through the use of denture adhesive. Many patients go through an adjustment phase wearing non-implant retained dentures. Don’t be alarmed if you notice sore spots on the cheeks or gums immediately after you receive your dentures – they will heal with time.

Adjusting to Your Denture

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Even the comfortable, natural-looking dentures we provide at Anderson Family Dental may seem difficult to live with at first, but that’s just your mouth’s initial reaction to a foreign object. Speed up the adjustment phase with your denture by persevering through it. As tempting as it may be to remove your denture, wear it as directed to help your mouth get used to the new device. Practice reading aloud to retrain your speech with dentures. After a few weeks of continued use, most people find they can eat, speak, and smile with full confidence once again.

Implant-Retained Dentures

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People who are eligible for dental implants should consider retaining their dentures using implant dentistry. Implants are tiny titanium implants that provide unparalleled stability for a denture, and they improve oral health by stimulating the jawbone for years to come. Dental implants take the place of your missing tooth’s root, resulting in a truly comprehensive solution to tooth loss.

The benefits of retaining a denture with dental implants include:

  • No need for denture creams or adhesives
  • The denture fits properly from day one
  • Oral health improves with dental implants
  • The most stable option in tooth replacement

Ideal candidates for dental implants are adult patients who enjoy good oral and overall health and are free of gum disease and other health conditions that affect the immune system. Anderson Family Dental performs the entire dental implant procedure in our state-of-the-art office.

Are you already missing teeth or teetering on the brink of tooth loss? We can complete your smile with partial or full dentures in Colorado Springs. Contact Anderson Family Dental to schedule an appointment today!