Dentures in Warren, MI are an efficient and effective way for area men and women to enhance their smile by replacing missing teeth. There are several types of dentures available to patients today, and knowing the type that will best suit your specific situation is simple when you visit Thomas A. Brennan, DDS. A dental assessment will allow our denture experts to recommend the best course of action.
For some patients, removable partial dentures may be the best option. These dentures are commonly used to replace a single tooth or a small group of teeth, and can be removed when necessary. If you are looking to replace a small group of teeth, but require a more stable alternative, consider partial fixed dentures. These dentures, commonly known as a bridge or a crown, replace a single tooth or group of teeth for fixed, long-term results. Many patients choose fixed over removable dentures because they look, feel and function like naturally growing teeth.
If you need to replace a full arch or a full set of teeth, Dr. Thomas A. Brennan will most likely suggest full dentures. Full dentures are available as either removable or fixed—oftentimes patients that have seriously damaged teeth and require immediate assistance will benefit from removable dentures. Fixed dentures require procedure and healing time, but give men and women the stabilization that removable dentures sometimes lack.
Full removable dentures are a fantastic solution for some patients, but in order to remain effective, they often require continued in-office adjustments for maximum results. Learn about both removable and fixed dentures to determine the best solution for you.
The denture experts at Dr. Thomas A. Brennan can explain all of the benefits of each type of denture to you during your denture consultation. While dentures can enhance your appearance and increase your self-confidence, they also improve speaking and chewing abilities. Interested in learning more about dentures and other dental restoration procedures available in Warren, MI? Contact Dr. Thomas A. Brennan today.