Customized Dentures In Wasilla, Alaska
Many of our patients look back on their decision to improve their smile with dentures and are so happy they made that choice. If you’re considering dentures, our Wasilla dental team is here to answer any questions you have. Dr. Sage, Dr. Oudin or Dr. Self will be with you every step of the way!
At Alaska Center for Dentistry, we provide customized denture services to help meet the lifestyle needs of our patients. Everyone is unique, so we work diligently to create one-of-a-kind dentures that feel natural and give you a beautiful smile.
What Are Dentures?
Dentures are natural-looking, removable replacement teeth. At Alaska Center for Dentistry, we offer both full dentures and partial dentures.
Full dentures are used when a patient’s natural teeth have all been removed. Once the gum tissue has healed, conventional full dentures are secured in place by hugging the contour of your jaw - creating a seal against your gums. They are removable for easy care and are adjusted to uniquely fit each patient.
If you aren’t missing all of your teeth, a partial denture can be used as an alternative to a bridge or multiple dental implants. These removable partial dentures clasp into place, supported by your existing teeth. This type of denture is generally considered as a removable alternative to a dental bridge or dental implants.
How Do I Take Care Of Them?
Just like natural teeth, they require daily care in order to stay clean and keep dangerous bacteria from growing on them. It’s important to keep your dentures clean in order to keep your smile healthy!
Just like your teeth, plaque and tartar can build up. It’s important to brush them daily and rinse them after each meal.
Schedule Your Consultation At Alaska Center for Dentistry Today!
If you want to know if dentures could be the right solution for you, give our Wasilla dental practice a call. We’re always happy to answer any questions you have about them or any of the other services we offer.
When you have lost one or more teeth due to decay, an accident, or gum disease, we can fill the gap with a natural-looking dental implant to restore your smile’s functionality and appearance.