Get Your Smile Back With Dentures in Hilliard, OH
The history of dentures dates all the way back to the 7th century BC. While replacement teeth have improved tremendously throughout the years, the basic idea is still the same. The biggest change in recent years is the use of dental implants to secure dentures.
With or without implants, our Hilliard, OH dentists can:
- Replace multiple missing teeth, or even all your teeth
- Restore your full oral functionality
- Improve your health by giving you the ability to enjoy a more diverse diet
- Make your face look fuller and younger
To find out more about our lifelike dentures, call 614-215-9089.
Dentures With Implants Offer Many Benefits
For dentures like real teeth, we suggest attaching them to dental implants. They look, perform, and feel like your natural teeth. Among their benefits:
- Avoiding Bone Loss – Losing teeth normally results in losing bone. Not so with implants, which keep your jaw healthy and strong. Your face will look younger, and your dentures won’t need periodic fit adjustments like conventional dentures do.
- Keeping Replacement Teeth in Place – Implant-secured dentures won’t slip or become loose. They’ll stay put without adhesive.
- No Complicated Cleaning Routine – Depending on the type of replacement teeth you choose, you’ll be able to keep them clean with simple brushing and flossing.
- Choice of Removable or Fixed – You can get dental implant dentures that remain attached to implants all the time or ones that you can remove for cleaning.
You Can Also Select Traditional Dentures
Dental implant dentures aren’t your only option. You can get traditional dentures, removable replacement teeth attached to a base that resembles your gum tissue. They are held in place by suction and, often, adhesive. You can choose full dentures to replace all of the teeth in your upper jaw, lower jaw, or both. If you still have some teeth remaining, partial dentures may be a better choice. These options cost less than implant-secured dentures and are less invasive. Our dentists have experience with all kinds of dental restorations, so they can help you choose the one that will work best for you.