Dentures Can Help You Rejuvenate Your Smile

At Apple Dental in Surrey, we’re proud to provide our patients with full and partial dentures that restore their chewing and speaking function, boost their confidence, and enable them to restore facial volume that’s lost following tooth extraction.

What's the difference between full and partial dentures and how are they made?

Full dentures are designed to replace an entire arch of missing teeth and they sit directly over the gums while partial dentures are designed to replace one or a few missing teeth in an arch.

Both types of dentures are made from a combination of acrylic plastic, metal, and porcelain, which are held together to create a secure fit. The process of having either option created requires the patient to visit our office for a series of "fitting" appointments. During these visits, we'll take impressions of your mouth and make sure the dentures will properly fit your jawbone and gum tissue.

Once the dentures are ready, our team will ensure you know how to care for them, providing cleaning tips that will help them last for years!

What benefits do dentures provide?

In addition to boosting your confidence, full and partial dentures can:

  • Restore proper bite function
  • Help restore facial volume
  • Aid in speaking clearly and more easily
  • Rejuvenate the natural look of your smile.

Is everyone who's experienced tooth loss a candidate for dentures?

While dentures are likely to be an option for many patients with one or more missing teeth, they may not be the ideal choice for all patients.

Do you have questions about these restorative prosthetics or would you like to schedule a consultation to determine if they’re right for you? Call us today!

Contact Apple Dental About Dentures Today

  • Replace one, many, or all of your missing teeth
  • Restore your lost facial volume
  • Protect your remaining teeth by reducing wear and tear on them
  • Eat the foods you love again
  • Prioritize your smiling & speaking confidence!

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