Missing all or most of your teeth is a major inconvenience and takes a huge toll on your oral health as well as your overall health. Having a number of missing or severely damaged teeth makes it difficult to chew food and stay nourished. It also makes it hard to speak properly.
Gary R. Woodall, DDS, MAGD Can Make Your Smile Whole Again!
Patients who are missing most or all of their teeth often tell us about being embarrassed or ashamed of the state of their dental health and how they no longer take part in the social activities they once enjoyed.
Thanks to the wide variety of tooth replacement options available, patients no longer have to live with the pain and anxiety that comes along with missing teeth. Dr. Gary R. Woodall and his team of dental health professionals have solutions to fit any lifestyle and budget.
A Tried & True Method
Dentures have been around for centuries, and they continue to be one of the most popular choices for patients who need a practical and natural-looking solution for missing teeth. With today’s modern dental technology and materials, dentures are:
Learn About Dentures
Removable dental replacements, or dentures, are a common service that Dr. Woodall provides. He offers complete dentures (for when all teeth are missing) and partial dentures (for when some teeth are missing).
For patients who don’t mind taking a little more time to get their dentures fabricated and fitted, there are conventional dentures. However, for patients who want their new smile NOW, there immediate dentures.
What’s the difference?
- Conventional dentures are made after all the affected teeth have been removed and are placed 8-12 weeks later, once the mouth has fully healed.
- Immediate dentures are made in advance and can be positioned as soon as the teeth are removed.
- With conventional dentures, the fit is usually accurate and comfortable from the beginning, and patients will keep them for several years.
- Immediate dentures will need to be realigned and adjusted as the mouth and jawbone heal.
You may need dentures for any number of reasons, and we promise to communicate with you throughout the process and provide you with the best dental care possible, no matter which option you choose.
Dentures can solve a wide range of problems if who have lost your teeth or had them removed. With dentures,
you can use your mouth more normally again and regain the confidence to live your life to the fullest!