Smile Makeover with Partial Dentures

Finally getting the smile makeover you have always wanted? Good for you! There really is no reason why people shouldn't have the smile they've always wanted with today’s advances in modern dentistry. There are many dental procedures that you can choose to improve your overall smile. Many of these dental procedures can be done in only one dental appointment, with the majority of makeover options taking two to three dental appointments to complete. If you are someone who will benefit from having either partial dentures or full dentures, you should be excited as today’s denture choices are more natural than ever.

Why a smile makeover with dentures?

When someone is missing teeth, they are often going to require some form of denture in order to give them the smile they want. Dentures are a great option for replacing missing teeth and because there are denture options available that can closely resemble natural teeth, more and more people are looking into their denture options when wanting to improve their overall look.

Full dentures

Sometimes someone’s teeth are so damaged that even if they are repaired they will probably not last very long. Many times in cases like this, the dentist will make the decision to pull out the damaged teeth. A full set of dentures will be necessary in order to give the patient a new smile, which is needed in order for them to be in good oral health.

Partial dentures

Partial dentures are often used for those who are missing one or more of their teeth and are used to improve their smile when wanting a smile makeover. Partial dentures, like full dentures, are made to closely resemble natural teeth, making them a great option for smile makeovers.

Ready to get your new dentures?

There truly is no time like the present to do your smile makeover! Whether you are in need of partial dentures or full dentures so that you can have a smile you are proud to show, we can definitely help you. It really is important for you to take good care of your dental health and for that reason, we want to remind you that you should make an appointment with your dentist about every six months for an evaluation. At this time the dentist will check to make sure that your teeth and your gums are as healthy as they can be. This includes looking for any signs of tooth decay as well as any signs of oral cancer, both of which are important to find as early as possible.

How can you really use this?

Call (770) 800-0178 today to reach Lilburn Family Dentistry.

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