Are you considering dentures? Dental Care of Round Lake Beach is the established provider of dentures in Round Lake Beach.
Dentures are a safe, comfortable, and convenient option for replacing missing teeth and improving your smile. They can also be more affordable than other restorative dental services.
At Dental Care of Round Lake Beach, our expert dentists can walk you through the denture/tooth replacement process to ensure you make the best choice for your lifestyle
The advantages of dentures:
- Dentures are replacements for teeth lost to gum disease, decay, or injury.
- They are custom-made from impressions taken of your mouth, so they fit comfortably and look natural.
- Dentures can be taken out and put back into your mouth. Your dentist will work with you to ensure your dentures look, feel, and function like your natural teeth.
Types of dentures
Traditional dentures are an economical way to replace missing teeth. After your teeth are removed and your gums have healed, usually about 8-12 weeks, traditional dentures are placed in your mouth.
Immediate full dentures, also known as temporary dentures, are inserted immediately after teeth have been removed. While they give you the benefit of not being without teeth, they must be periodically adjusted.
Premium dentures most closely resemble natural teeth. Living with dentures may take some getting used to, but in short time, eating and speaking will feel normal again.
At Dental Care of Round Lake Beach, we’ve got the experience and skill to help you find the right tooth replacement solution for your lifestyle in Round Lake Beach. We’ve served patients across the area—call us today at 224-814-4466 so we can help you too!
Implant Retained Dentures
When you have lost your natural teeth, a variety of complications can arise that impact your physical and emotional health. You may find it difficult to speak clearly or chew your favorite foods. You may be embarrassed and try to hide your smile from others. You may also experience shifting among your remaining teeth, causing additional discomfort in your mouth and jaw.
Implant retained dentures offer a solution that provides comfort and relief. They can replace both upper and lower teeth, giving you a secure, natural-looking option that is not only more comfortable but also more convenient than traditional dentures.
Implant-Supported Partial Dentures
If you’re missing only a few natural teeth, an implant-supported partial denture provides retention that is superior to that of traditional dentures, allowing you to bite, chew and talk properly – without the visible clasps. The partial denture can be fixed or removable. Both are good options, and the best option for you may depend on your personal needs and what your dentist recommends. For both types, the partial denture is held in place by titanium implants, which are secured into the jawbone for a sturdy hold.
A partial denture is a removable, yet natural-looking dental appliance that helps restore the form and function of your jaw by replacing one or more missing teeth. When you are missing one or more teeth, the bite pressures shift in your mouth. Other teeth may begin to move to compensate for the “gap” in your bite, and you may experience shrinking of both the soft tissues and the supporting bone near your missing teeth. This can alter your physical appearance and lead to subsequent problems with your other teeth. A partial denture keeps the underlying structures of your mouth – your gums, jawbone, facial muscles, etc. – active and engaged. It helps prevent further shifting of the other teeth in your mouth while giving you the confidence of having a beautiful, complete smile.
When you have lost your natural teeth, a variety of complications can arise that impact your physical and emotional health – beyond just your smile. Dentures are an important part of restoring your smile’s appearance, but they can pose challenges for some. Implant retained dentures offer you a secure, natural-looking option that is not only more comfortable but also more convenient than traditional dentures.