Replacing your missing or damaged teeth not only benefits your appearance, but it can also restore your overall health! You can replace your missing teeth using dentures. These are removable sets of artificial teeth that serve as replacements for your natural teeth (either upper, lower, or both). Our experienced Hazlet dentists at Glenwood Dental use the up-to-date technology and the highest quality techniques to custom-design dentures to look as natural as possible and feel comfortable, too. We can provide you with either complete dentures or partial dentures.
Some of the many benefits of dentures include:
- Improved appearance of your smile
- Improved jaw function (chewing, talking, etc.)
- Enhanced oral health
After you receive your dentures, it is important that you take good care of them and that you regularly consult with your dentist concerning your denture care. If you have any cracks in your dentures or any issues with how your dentures fit, do not try to fix the problem yourself! Doing so could cause damage to your artificial teeth, and possibly even irritation or injury to your gums.
Some individuals who receive complete dentures also need dental implants. These implants serve as anchors for the dentures, therefore making them more stable and less likely to come loose during activities such as chewing or talking. We can help you determine whether dental implants are needed for your full dentures. If you have partial dentures, they may need to have metal framework attached to your natural teeth in order to make the denture more secure.
Contact the Denture Care Experts
Glenwood Dental provides the highest quality services for restoring smiles affected by disease or aging. Our goal is to help each patient achieve and maintain optimal oral health, no matter what procedure we perform! If you are ready to restore your smile with dentures, call us today at (732) 264-4477 to schedule an appointment.
Why Choose Us?
- No Lecture/Judgment Zone
- We Treat Patients Like Family
- Cutting Edge Office
- Ultimate Standard of Care
- We Work With People, Not Teeth