Missing teeth can take a toll on your self-confidence and diminish your ability to chew properly and speak clearly. If you’re missing some or all of your teeth, Hayley L. Barocas DMD, LLC, and her expert dental team in Stamford, Connecticut, offer solutions. They provide full and partial dentures to give you the complete set of beautiful teeth you deserve. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Barocas by phone or online today.
Dentures are artificial teeth made to replace permanent teeth that are missing or require extraction. If some or all of your teeth are missing, dentures can help:
Various types of dentures are available at the office of Hayley L. Barocas DMD, LLC. She and her dental team help you find dentures that match your personalized needs and desired outcome.
Dr. Barocas and her team offer a variety of fixed and removable dentures, including:
Conventional dentures are full removable dentures you can place in your mouth and take out when you eat and sleep. If you have any remaining natural teeth, Dr. Barocas can remove them before getting fitted for conventional dentures.
You can wear immediate removable dentures the same day as extraction, so you don’t have to live without teeth while your gums heal. After healing is complete, you might require new or adjusted dentures.
Overdentures can fit over your remaining natural teeth, as long as they are strong and healthy.
Implant-supported dentures are overdentures that fit over dental implants, which are artificial titanium tooth roots that get surgically implanted into your jawbone.
Before getting dentures, Dr. Barocas completes a comprehensive dental exam and takes dental X-rays. She lets you know which type of dentures are best for you. She and her team can prepare your mouth for dentures by:
If you receive dental implants or require extraction, a healing period is necessary before getting fitted for dentures. A dental lab creates your new custom-made teeth, and Dr. Barocas ensures your new set of artificial teeth fit well before you begin wearing them.
Practice good oral hygiene before and after you receive dentures. Brush your teeth, gums, cheeks, the roof of your mouth, and tongue before placing removable dentures in your mouth. Brush dentures twice daily to remove plaque or food particles and prevent staining.
Rinse your denture before brushing them. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush and dentures cleaner to keep them clean. Dr. Barocas lets you know which dentures products containing the American Dental Association (ADA) Seal of Acceptance are best.
Call the office of Hayley L. Barocas DMD, LLC, if your dentures become loose or damaged, and attend routine dental checkups every six months.
Don’t live with loose, severely decayed, or missing teeth when dentures offer you the full set of beautiful teeth you desire. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Barocas and her team by phone or online today.