Permanent & Removable Dentures Toronto

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When patients visit our dental office in Toronto, they always ask – between permanent dentures and removable dentures, which method is the best? Well, you may also want to know which one is more appropriate for your teeth. That’s why we’ve decided to put together this post to help you make an informed decision. This has always been our passion.

 

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Permanent Dentures & Removable Dentures

Customized Solutions to Each Individual’s Needs

To help people improve their oral health and quality of life by answering questions and offering solutions customized to each individual’s needs which is why we offer both options. As you may know, there are advantages to removable dentures as there are to permanent dentures. If you want to know which method is best for you, I encourage you to read through the information below. If you want more advice from our team, feel free to give us a call for a no-obligation consultation.

The Advantages of Removable Dentures

Lack of a perfect smile can make you feel insecure or self-conscious. Some people even go to an extent of covering their mouth when they talk or laugh. The cosmetic dental procedure can change all of that and give you the smile you want. A perfect smile can make you feel proud and confident.

There are many reasons why a patient may decide to choose removable dentures. What makes people prefer removable fixtures over the permanent option is that they are less invasive. With removable dentures, you do not require implants or mini-dental implants meaning that this procedure is less expensive. Removable dentures are more affordable but since they’re temporary, you’ll have to replace them every 5 to 10 years.

DENTAL PROCEDURE

AFFORDABILITY

PERMANENT DENTURES

REDUCING POSSIBILITY OF BONE LOSS

The Difference Between Permanent And Removable Dentures

A common question individuals with missing teeth ask us at our dental office in Toronto is, what is the best option to improve the functionality and appearance of my smile between permanent or removable dentures? As all cases are person specific, we hope this post may help you make an informed decision based on what is most appropriate for your smile.

When it comes to replacing your teeth with dentures in Toronto Area, you can compare two options: permanent or removable dentures. The reason why some people choose permanent dentures is that they serve to be a highly effective, long-lasting, and implant-supported solution. Unlike removable fixtures which replace the visible portion of the tooth, fixed dentures replace the tooth root and the visible structure.

The advantage of using a permanently fixed denture is that it improves the facial structure and reduces the possibility of bone loss. Permanent dentures will fully replace the look and function of your teeth but at a slightly more expensive price.

Are Permanent Dentures or Removable Dentures Right for Me?

The purpose of dentures whether removable or permanent is to replace missing teeth. That said, the decision to choose the right method for you will depend upon several factors. You may want to visit our offices so that we can provide you with more thorough information tailored to your specific oral situation in a free, hassle-free consultation. We will advise you on the costs involved and which method is right for you.

Remember, there are usually multiple options. For example, your case may not require full dentures and you may only need to request partial dentures. As with permanent and removable dentures, our dental team can provide you with both options. Full dentures placement works best when all of the patient’s teeth have been removed and are easy to set. Partial dentures rest on a metal framework that attaches to the patient’s natural teeth. This option is sometimes used as a removable alternative to bridges. I hope you now understand that there are different options that are right for different situations.

Also, it may take a few weeks for a patient to get used to dentures as they slowly settle. In case you choose removable dentures, you may need to have them realigned, remade or rebased occasionally due to wear and tear and when your mouth changes naturally. That’s why we always recommend a yearly oral check-up to make sure you don’t have issues with your dentures. In case your dentures break, crack, chip or become loose you needn’t worry – we’re always here to assist you with all your orthodontic issues. If one of the above problems occurs, do not attempt to adjust them yourself! Just give us a call and we can schedule an appointment.

If you’re still looking for more advice on permanent and removable dentures or would like us to help you decide which method is right for you, contact us today and we will be happy to set up a consultation.

DENTURES PLACEMENT

REPLACING MISSING TEETH

We are a Family Friendly Practice

At Molson Park Dental Office, we provide family dentistry services. Toronto and Barrie dentist, Dr. Adam Chapnick works with every child to build trust and comfort through the entire dental visit process.

The Pros and Cons of Permanent Dentures

If you need a long-term solution for your dental issues such as replacing missing teeth, permanent dentures are mostly considered as one of the most effective methods. One of the reasons why permanent dentures are preferred is because they don’t slip, slide or pop out as it is always reported with temporary dentures. Temporary dentures were a stress to hold before permanent dentures came into place, as it was intimidating when you try to chew while your teeth are floating around your mouth and the degree of difficulty shoots right up. That is why permanent dentures became a terrific choice.There are about three types of permanent dentures but based upon the dental problem of the individual. Your denturist should be able to help you choose the right one for you, according to your situation.

Advantages

  • They are generally more stable compared to traditional dentures
  • Permanent dentures make it easy to eat foods and speak a lot more comfortably when compared to temporary dentures.
  • It is a less invasive process, hence a less post-operation discomfort and less healing time since it involves a shorter surgery.
  • They are long-lasting
  • With permanent dentures, the biting force is more evenly distributed.
  • They have less maintenance since you are not required to remove them to clean.

Daily Oral Activities

  • Generally, they give you a natural youthful look because they support facial features.
  • They require minimal dental implants
  • Unlike temporary dentures that are pre-prepared, permanent dentures are custom made to precisely fit your mouth. Therefore, they give you a natural look and an undisputed comfort.
  • They can be used as a solution for patients with very worn down jaws ridges. It is almost impossible for them to wear removable plates, but fixed dentures could be a great solution for them.
  • With permanent dentures, patients can eat, bite, talk, and smile with more confidence, without any fear that teeth may slip and slide when carrying on with their daily oral activities.

DISADVANTAGES

Possible Risks You May Have to Deal With

  • They are also relatively costly compared to removable dentures but in the long-run, it proves a better option than removable dentures.

Dental Infections

  • They may be faced with dental infections. It is important to note that permanent dentures involve a surgical process. Surgical processes if not well taken care of, your dental structure may be prone to infections, but this can be put away with regular dental hygiene practices and regular dental check-ups.

You could have a one tooth denture if you only need one tooth replaced, partial dentures if you need several teeth replaced or complete dentures if you need the whole set of teeth to be replaced. Whichever solves your problems well, it is the best for you. It is important to note that, permanent dentures are an alternative to temporary dentures and a chit chat with your dentist is essential to tell you if they are right for you.

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