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A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth. Complete dentures replace teeth when all teeth are missing and partial dentures when some natural teeth remain. Missing teeth can be replaced by dentures, bridges or implants. Bridges and implants are usually cemented into the mouth, and dentures are removable.

Complete Dentures

COMPLETE Dentures replace all teeth in the mouth on an arch, either upper or lower. It is best to have a denture made after all teeth are removed and the gums have healed, however an “immediate” denture can be fabricated in special circumstances. When an immediate denture is made, this is usually a temporary measure until healing is complete and the final denture can be made.

Partial Dentures

PARTIAL Dentures replace one or more missing teeth in the upper or lower jaw. A denture or “flipper” or partial may be used as a temporary solution during major dental treatment including implants. A partial denture can be acrylic or have a metal base holding the teeth to be replaced. Partial dentures are custom made to your personal needs, including the number of teeth to replace, the size and shape of your mouth, and how the denture will attach to your natural teeth.

Dentures may also be used with implants to convert a denture from being a removal denture to a fixed denture.
The options to replace your missing teeth, including dentures, bridges and implants, can be discussed in consultation with Dr Rzepka or Dr Parker.