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Olympia Dentures

Olympia Dentures

Dentures are a cosmetic or functional replacement for missing teeth. Olympia dentures are custom made to suit the size and face of each patient’s mouth and face. Typically, your dentist will create an impression of your mouth and jaw in order to create perfectly sized, artificial teeth and gums that will form your dentures. Getting rid of unsightly teeth and replacing them with dentures boosts your confidence. And for patients who suffer from constant tooth pain due to bad teeth, dentures can provide the perfect solution. If you're looking for "a general dentist near me" who offers cosmetic dental services, we're your go-to dentists. At Olympic Dental and Denture, our dentures have many benefits. As one of the top local dental clinics, we’ll discuss all the options available to you and guide you in choosing the best dentures.

Types of Dentures

The common types of dentures include:

Partial Dentures

Also called dental bridges, partial dentures are removable and used to replace one or two missing teeth. This improves the cosmetic appearance of your teeth. It also restores the functionality of a complete set of teeth. Further, partial dentures stop teeth from rotating or moving as a result of the space left behind. Teeth tend to shift around, but they're unlikely to move when you have a full set of teeth. If you still have a couple of teeth left, partial dentures can be an ideal and affordable solution to restore the function as well as form of your jaw.

Immediate Full Dentures

These types of dentures are used as a temporary replacement for your teeth as your gums heal after an extraction. Immediate full dentures aid in restoring functionality and your smile. Oftentimes, patients with only a few teeth remaining will need to have them removed to prevent discomfort and pain down the road. This is usually the case for heavily damaged, painful teeth and infected gums. Because these dentures usually don’t fit the shape of your mouth, they may feel a bit uncomfortable. However, they’re necessary as they allow your gums to recover before you can be fitted with traditional full dentures.

Traditional Full Dentures

When you have no teeth remaining, conventional or traditional full dentures can help restore the use of your teeth. The base of dentures looks pink to resemble the color and look of your gums. That way, the replacement teeth will appear real in your mouth. Full dentures sit on top of the gums to ensure they're easily removable.

Dentists recommend taking out your dentures every night and cleaning them properly to keep your smile healthy and stunning for years. Once your gums have properly healed from other dental procedures, your dentist will take your jaw and gum measurements and make an impression of them. The impressions are used to develop a tailored model of your dentures.

Improve Your Quality Of Life With Dentures

When you’ve lost a lot of teeth, your bite collapses. This causes the lower part of your face to shrink, moving your chin closer to the nose than it ought to be and giving you an older look. At Olympic Dental and Denture, our family dentist will customize Olympia dentures to restore your facial height and enhance the appearance of sunken cheeks and puckered lips. If you need dentures or teeth whitening at the dentist, schedule your first appointment at either our Centralia or Lacey location: https://olympicdentalanddenture.com/request-appointment/.

Olympic Dental & Denture Center
+1 360-438-8299
Olympia Dentures
4408 Pacific Ave SE
Lacey WA 98503

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