There are many types of treatments available to you if you are missing teeth.
Quality, Natural-Looking Dentures
Your smile plays such an important role in how you feel about yourself. Most people think of a complete set of dentures when it’s time to replace all of their teeth. If you decide dentures are right for you, then Dr. Noah will create them to be so lifelike that no one will be able to tell you are wearing them.
Creating beautiful dentures is a team effort. To begin, we will meet with you and listen to your concerns to help determine a smile design that is right for you.
Quality materials are key when creating a beautiful denture. And there are many different types of materials that can be used for the teeth of the denture. For example, acrylic is easy to work with and relatively affordable. That said, acrylic may stain over time and may fall short in some of the subtleties of the natural shape and color of your natural teeth. We will work within your budget to find the right material for you. We have access to many high tech materials that can be made to perfectly mimic the natural appearance of your teeth.
We will take the time to make sure that accurate impressions are taken and then work with the laboratory technician to produce a well-fitting, beautiful finished product. You will also have the opportunity to try on the teeth before they are processed so you can see firsthand how they look and feel.
Dr. Noah feels strongly that your denture should mimic your natural teeth as much as possible and will work with you to create the highest quality denture that fits your budget.
We would be happy to meet with you one-on-one to discuss the pros and cons of these different options in a complimentary consultation. You can meet Dr. Noah personally and ask any questions you may have. Give us a call today at (918)-742-5521.
Dental implants are a permanent solution to missing teeth. They are anchored directly into your jawbone, allowing you to talk and eat normally. Dental implants not only look and function just like your natural teeth, they prevent bone loss. If you have questions about implants, Dr. Noah who is pursuing his fellowship in the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, can answer them and explain exactly how they work. To learn more about this option, please visit our dental implants page.
Overdentures can solve many of the problems that denture patients complain about. They are anchored into the jawbone with as little as two dental implants per arch. Another added benefit of overdentures is that the implants used to stabilize the denture actually stimulate the bone to prevent facial collapse. To learn more about this option, please visit our implant overdentures page.
If you’re in need of dentures you may call our office to schedule an appointment. If you prefer, you may click here to request an appointment online.