Smile Comfortably With Dentures

Living with missing teeth can be embarrassing, uncomfortable, and can even negatively affect your overall oral health. For patients who wish to restore their smile and regain their ability to smile, chew, and laugh more comfortably, dentures may be an excellent option. At Advanced Dental Arts, we realize that each and every Wesley Chapel patient’s dental needs are different, which is why we offer a variety of denture styles in both full and partial dentures. This helps us to ensure that we find the best fit for each patient. With proper care and maintenance, a pair of quality dentures can last up to 10 years or longer.


What Are Dentures?

Dentures are a form of removable dental prosthetics that are positioned in the mouth to fill the place of missing teeth. Dentures come in full or partial sets, and in some cases can even be anchored to a dental bridge. In order to make dentures that fit snugly in your mouth, Dr. Susana Kulangara will make impressions of your mouth that will act as the mold for your dentures. The molds will be sent to a lab and once the dentures are ready, you will be able to insert them and start seeing the results of a bright, new smile!

There are a number of denture styles and options available, so rest assured that we will do our best to help find you the perfect set based on your needs, budget, and personal preferences. Dr. Susana Kulangara works closely to help every patient find a pair that fits well and allows for comfortable movement, including talking, smiling, chewing, and laughing.

Partial dentures

Partial dentures

are ideal for patients who are only missing some of their teeth and are not looking to undergo an implant procedure.
Full dentures

Full dentures

are perfect for patients who need full mouth rehabilitation because they are missing either their entire top or bottom set of teeth.

Why Try Dentures?

When many people think dentures, they revert back to the cartoon-like images of large, bulky, noticeably false teeth. Thankfully, advances in dental technology have made those a thing of the past. Today, dentures can be made to look and feel just like natural teeth, so they blend in almost flawlessly. Plus, aside from cosmetic purposes, having dentures can help avoid some issues that may occur with tooth loss. Over time, tooth loss can occur for a number of reasons, including injury, tooth decay, or gum disease. As a result, it can cause your facial muscles to sag, and it leaves your remaining teeth at a higher risk for decay or disease. Dentures can help add structure to your jaw and will help improve the overall appearance of your smile. Dentures can be designed to fit your mouth perfectly and can be colored and shaped to match your other teeth.