Benefits of Dental Implants and how they work
Benefits of dental implants from Boger Dental:
- Next best thing to natural teeth
- Built to last. Dental Implants are a long-term solution
- Keep your teeth in your mouth – Not in a cup!
- Protect healthy bone
- Avoid unnecessary treatment on adjacent teeth
- Implants don’t get cavities
Types of Plymouth Dentures and how they work
A full denture is a row of prosthetic teeth, created to replace each tooth along the upper or lower gum line. They’re held in place by natural suction and perhaps a little denture cream.
We can make a partial denture to take the place of one to three teeth in a row, as long as there are stable teeth on either side of the gap to hold the partial. To keep this restorative option in place, we’ll attach it to other teeth in your mouth.
Our dentists will carefully take notes about the size and shape of your existing teeth so the partial denture appliance will be made to blend into your smile.
Full or partial dentures can replace multiple missing or lost teeth. If left unattended for too long, severe decay, badly broken teeth or gum disease can result in the loss of most or all of your teeth. This causes functional problems. Because you can’t chew food properly, it may lead to digestive problems or nutritional deficiencies.
Dentures also make speech clearer. Without teeth, the facial muscles begin to sag prematurely, which makes you look much older; dentures can correct this problem and improve your appearance. A full denture is a row of prosthetic teeth created to replace each tooth along the upper or lower gum line.
They are held in place by natural suction and perhaps a little denture cream. A partial denture can be made to take the place of one to three teeth in a row, as long as there are stable teeth on either side of the gap to hold the partial. As opposed to temporary solutions like denture adhesives dentures give you a restorative option that will maintain position by clipping to other teeth in the mouth. We will carefully take notes about the size and shape of your existing teeth so the partial denture appliance will be made to blend into your smile.
How Do Plymouth Dental Crowns Work?
A crown is used to entirely cover a damaged tooth, strengthening it and improving its appearance, shape, or alignment. A crown can also be placed on top of an implant to provide a more functional tooth-like shape and structure.
At Boger Dental, we believe dental crowns should look, feel, and function like real teeth. We use a proprietary milling process to fabricate all of our crowns, and our careful delivery techniques ensure they maintain this anatomy when they are adjusted to fit. We can also match any available shade of tooth you desire. By choosing a blending shade similar to the neighboring natural teeth, we can allow these teeth to “disappear,” and not stand out as 'fake' or 'prosthetic' once they are placed in your mouth. Our Plymouth crowns provide beauty, fit, and stability, along with long-term results you can trust.
Contact us today to learn how dentures, dental implants, dental crowns, or any of the other restorative dental options we offer in Plymouth can help your smile look the best it ever has.