Let Us Give You The Smile and Comfort You Deserve With Our Premium Dentures
Let Total Care Dental bring back your smile and chewing ability with our Premium Dentures. You will regain your confidence and eat the foods you love again without any worries.
If you have lost some or all of your natural teeth, dentures can replace your missing teeth and improve your quality of life. With a little practice, dentures can make eating and speaking easier. You can smile freely without feeling embarrassed.
Our Premium Dentures are made to look like your natural teeth and will likely even give you a better smile than what you had originally. Our dentures support your cheeks and lips so that your face muscles will not sag. This support will provide you with a more youthful appearance as well.
Our Premium Dentures are made and placed in your mouth after the teeth have been removed and the tissues have healed. Healing may take several months. The base of the upper denture covers the palate (the roof of the mouth). When the base of the upper denture rests against the gums and palate, it makes a seal to hold the denture in place.
Our very own denture technicians at Kairos Dental Lab will custom design your Premium Dentures based on impressions and models taken of your mouth by our dentists. Our dentists will pay very close attention to all the details of your smile, matching your natural teeth, and making sure your smile is reproduced to the most natural color, shape and design possible. We will insure that your new Premium Dentures will look, fit and feel great.
Our Premium Dentures are made of the highest quality acrylics and denture teeth. The normal lifetime of a denture is 5 to 10 years, but this can vary widely depending on your habits. Over time, dentures may need relining, rebasing, or replacing. Relining is when the dentist adds new material to the underside of the denture base to fit to your gums. Rebasing is when a new base is made using the existing denture as a model. The artificial teeth from the old denture are used on the new base.
The mouth changes naturally with age. Jaws may line up differently as bones and gum ridges recede and shrink. At some point your dentures will no longer fit well and they will have to be remade. It is important to replace worn or ill-fitting dentures before they cause problems. Your dentist will let you know when it is time to replace your dentures.