Full & Partial Dentures in Champaign, IL
Anderson Dental offers high quality full & partial dentures to replace missing teeth.
Tooth loss has a detrimental impact on your well-being—affecting the way you eat, the way you speak, and even your oral health. Additionally, missing teeth can be embarrassing in social situations, making it difficult to laugh, smile, and express yourself.
Full dentures are an excellent option for complete tooth loss, and partial dentures work beautifully for partial tooth loss. You might be wondering how to tell if dentures are high quality or not.
Modern dentures are not like the dentures offered in the past. Our replacement teeth are natural-looking and designed to fit the contours of your gums. They also flatter the shape of your face.
Custom-Made Dentures at Anderson Dental
Our full & partial dentures are made of the finest materials and customized to fit your mouth.
It all starts with an exam and x-ray in our dental office to make sure dentures are right for you. Our dentists take digital impressions of your mouth. We then rely on these models to create dentures specifically for you.
During your fitting appointment in Champaign, your dentist makes all final adjustments until you feel comfortable and confident with your new smile.
Top dentures rely on saliva and suction for support, and lower dentures depend on your gums to keep them in place.
Partial dentures are created much the same way as full dentures, but they rely on healthy adjoining teeth for support and comfortable clips to secure them in place.
Full and partial dentures are a time-tested solution to tooth loss. They are practical and inexpensive compared to other restoration methods. However, your gums do shrink over time when teeth are missing, which means applying adhesives to restore snugness or visiting your dentist more often for relines.
With implant-supported dentures, you don’t have to worry about adhesives or relines. Implant-supported dentures rely on four to six dental implants for affixed support. This method means your dentures are attached to your gums.
Dental implants are thin replacement roots made from titanium. One of our dentists will implant these in your jaw. After integration with your jawbone, he attaches your denture.
Taking Care of Your New Dentures
The best way to care for permanent dentures is to keep them clean. Our dentists in Champaign recommends soaking your dentures daily and cleaning the appliances with a denture toothbrush and denture paste. We do not recommend toothpaste because it can scratch your denture.
It is also essential to visit your Champaign dentist for routine dental exams to make sure your denture fits correctly and that there are no cracks where bacteria can collect.
Whether you opt for complete dentures in Champaign, IL, partial dentures, or implant-supported dentures, a member of our team will supply all aftercare instructions to help you enjoy longevity with your new smile.