Dentures

Mann Family Dental Dentures

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Mann Family Dental provides a variety of denture types.

If you no longer have all your natural teeth, or very few remaining, dentures replace your missing teeth and smile. In addition to helping you eat, a denture will help support sagging facial muscles, for a more youthful appearance.

With almost 20 years of experience, Dr. Mann excels at denture services for several reasons:

  1. Each set of dentures requires at least 6 appointments, ensuring a complete and thorough process.
  2. Each set of teeth is personally chosen and crafted by Dr. Mann to compliment the patient’s facial features, mouth, and smile.
  3. Each patient receives a trial set to take home and evaluate.
  4. Each set is created by an exceptional lab from only the highest quality materials.

The need for a denture can result from several different situations. Mann Family Dental offers a variety of denture types.

Full Dentures

Full dentures replace all the teeth in a person’s mouth. They are made of acrylic plastic and porcelain, and sometime metals. They closely resemble a person’s natural gums and teeth. They are supported by the gums and soft tissues in the mouth. They are sometimes called false teeth.

Partial Dentures

When one or more natural teeth remain in the upper or lower jaw, a partial denture can be used to replace the missing teeth. Like the full denture, a partial denture is made of acrylic plastic, porcelain, and metal. The metal holds the denture in the mouth by attaching to the existing teeth. Partial dentures are removable.

Immediate Dentures

Immediate dentures are placed in the mouth right after the teeth are extracted. Since the gums shrink after the teeth have been removed, the dentures will need some adjustments. This means that the person will have several dental visits over the course of a few weeks to ensure proper fit. The benefits to immediate dentures are that the person does not have to go without teeth after the extractions, and the dentures help protect the soft tissue and gums after the extractions.

Implant Over-Dentures

Regular dentures rest on the gums, but implant supported dentures rest on special implants which have been surgically placed into the gums and jaw bone. Implant dentures are usually made for the lower jaw, because they typically fit more loosely compared to upper dentures.

Dr. Mann has written several articles:

  1. Lose the Loose Dentures
  2. New Dentures at 98!
  3. The “Best” Denture Adhesive





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