Partial Dentures Are a Natural-Looking, Removable Solution
Partial dentures are a natural-looking, removable solution for patients who are missing some but not all, of their natural teeth. At Rizzoli Denture & Implant Clinic, our denture specialists build around viable, existing teeth to preserve the strength of your jaw bone.
When you are missing a few teeth, or even just one tooth, your other teeth will naturally begin to shift to compensate for these gaps. Wearing a partial denture, your natural teeth will receive the support they need to stay in place. Not only do your remaining teeth benefit, the rest of your dental structures and tissues also reap the rewards of a partial denture. This restoration will keep the tissues engaged and active, which can even help prevent bone loss in your jaw.
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What Type of Partial Denture is Best for You?
Several factors, including the number of teeth remaining, the position of the remaining teeth, and general oral health will affect the type or style of partial that will best suit your needs. Our team will sit down with you and review the options that would be best for you to help you decide which partial style would be most appropriate.
Many patients find that a partial denture perfectly suits both their aesthetic and functionality needs. Book a free consultation today to determine if partial dentures are the right option for you.
Benefits of Partial Dentures
- Can be removable or fixed on implants
- Partial dentures can be made with one or several teeth
- Easy to remove and clean
- Help complete your smile
- A flexible and versatile solution
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Frequently Asked Questions
How many teeth are on a partial denture?
Partial dentures can have as few as one or up to several teeth, depending on how many the patient is missing and their goals with their partial denture.
Can you eat with partial dentures?
Absolutely! As with most dentures, however, there is an expected period of adjustment as you get used to wearing them, including eating and chewing. Over time, you gain more confidence in wearing your partial denture and it will become more comfortable to eat with your partial dentures, allowing you to enjoy the foods you love the most.
What is the average cost of partial dentures?
This depends on many factors, including how many teeth are on your partial dentures, the materials used, among other things. To figure out what your partial denture might cost, please book a free consultation with us where we can provide you with more information.