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DENTURES

When people lose one tooth or several permanent teeth due to an accident, illness, or aging, they may experience the negative effects on their self esteem or an inability to chew.

When patients have tooth loss your experienced Nashville denture dentist can give you back your beautiful smile by implementing a Partial or Full Denture treatment plan that suits your needs both financially and aesthetically.

Advantages of full, partial, all on four or implant dentures offered in our Nashville office include improved chewing ability, improved speech, improved aesthetic appearance and improved oral health. The tooth portion of the denture consists of ceramic or ceramic-like material so they are strong and durable. The base of the denture is made of a acrylic which fits comfortably over the gums.

Full and Partial Denture Treatment Process

Your dentist will take an impression of your teeth and jaw alignment and match your dentures to the color and shape of your teeth. Temporary dentures may be utilized for patients transitioning from failing teeth to dentures.

For patients transitioning to a full denture, the denture is created after all remaining teeth have been removed and the gums have healed, a process that takes around 3 months.

For patients receiving partial dentures, replacement teeth are bonded to a gum-colored base which is attached to a metal framework – this framework is held in place by attaching to the natural teeth on either side of the empty space.

Flexible Partials

Flexible partial dentures are an alternative to the traditional rigid metal-based dentures. They don’t require rigid attachment to the remaining natural teeth, provide a better fit and look more natural.

The appeal of flexible partials has to do with their better design, fit and materials. They are also made more quickly than traditional dentures, and the nylon resin does not break.

Need a second opinion?

We provide dental services for all types of Nashville denture solutions including: All on Four, Full, Partial and Implant Dentures. Are your dentures loose and uncomfortable?  Consider implants – FREE Nashville implant denture consultations and free second opinion consultations.

Dentures Cost

Getting dentures is one of the most cost-savvy ways to replace all of your teeth at one time. Even though dentures are cheaper than implants, you will still get what you pay for. Our Nashville dentists offer different levels of denture designs (including implant supported overdentures) to fit your aesthetic concerns, budget, and long term goals. Keep in mind that the appearance of certain materials can look or feel better than others. Ask us to see a few examples during your consultation.