Use Partial Dentures for Replacing Front Teeth
Partial dentures are one way to replace one or more teeth in the smile. These restorations are often economical, making them a more affordable way of replacing teeth than dental implants or dental bridges. If you are considering partial dentures for the replacement of front teeth, the team at Harvest Hills Dental Care of East Gwillimbury, Ontario, encourages you to call the office for a consultation appointment. Drs. Jameela Jifri and Ali Mazarei are dedicated to providing this and other tooth replacement options for patients in and around their community.
What is a Partial Denture, and How Does It Work?
Partial dentures are prosthetic devices used to replace one or more teeth in the smile. They are made of artificial teeth set into a pink acrylic base. This base is designed to fit over the existing gums and any natural teeth that remain in the mouth. The partial denture appliance is held in place by metal clasps that attach to the natural teeth.
Partial dentures are used to replace any number of teeth missing in the smile. They are often recommended for patients missing several teeth in a row but still have some healthy natural teeth remaining. Partial dentures can restore both the function and esthetics of the smile.
What are the Advantages of Using Partial Dentures?
There are several benefits to selecting partial dentures for the replacement of missing teeth, including:
- Partial dentures are more affordable than tooth replacement options, such as dental implants or bridges.
- They are easy to take care of and don’t require special maintenance.
- Partial dentures are removed for cleaning and at night.
- They can be made to match the natural teeth in shape, size, and colour.
Call Harvest Hills Dental Care Today!
If you reside in East Gwillimbury, Ontario, and want to speak with Drs. Jameela Jifri and Ali Mazarei, about the benefits of partial dentures, call the office at (365) 659-1008 to request an appointment. The office is located in Suite #2 at 181 Green Lane and is currently accepting new patients.
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