A natural look and a perfect fit are Dr. Farless’ priorities when customizing your dentures. Well-designed dentures can help replicate your biting function and allow you to live a full, rewarding life, while ill-fitting dentures offer quite the opposite. Mouth sores, difficulty chewing, and difficulty speaking are just some of the painful side effects of poor dentures. Don’t let these problems stand in the way of your dental health. Let Dr. Farless design the perfect dentures for your smile.
Full and Partial Dentures in Greensboro NC
At Graham E. Farless DDS, PA, we offer advanced solutions for those seeking Dentures in Greensboro, NC. Tooth loss is a common occurence as we age. Dentures are a fast, affordable way to replace those missing teeth and create a beautiful new smile. Replacing those missing teeth will do more than simply make it easier to chew your food. The support that dentures offer and the confidence you’ll feel from your winning smile will help you to look younger and protect your jawbone from deterioration. Speak and eat with confidence thanks to your new dentures.
Full and partial dentures come in many types. Depending on your condition and desires, we can find the right solution for you. If you are interested in a replacement denture or would like to know more about denture options, please make an appointment for a consultation.
Avadent Digital Dentures
You expect the latest, most advanced dental procedures from Dr. Farless, and that’s exactly what you get with AvaDent Digital Dentures. That youthful smile you remember can be yours again with AvaDent. With AvaDent’s revolutionary, digital CAD/CAM technology, we can take a digital record of your mouth and create your beautiful new smile with a precise computer fit in just two appointments. For more information, download the AvaDent Patient Brochure.
AvaDent advantages over traditional dentures:
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Complete dentures are worn by patients who require support for a full set of porcelain or plastic false teeth. They are generally made of plastic, and they are often colored in order to mimic live gum tissue. Complete dentures are held in the mouth either traditionally by forming a seal with the gums, or alternatively by attaching to dental implants that have been surgically embedded into the jawbone.
When it comes to complete dentures there are two primary types. The first is the conventional type of complete dentures. The teeth that are being replaced are first removed, and the gums are allowed to heal completely. During this waiting period the new dentures are being manufactured to custom fit the patient’s mouth. This type of denture is usually ready for placement anywhere from 8-12 weeks after the removal process. The Immediate type of complete dentures, on the other hand, are ready for placement immediately after teeth removal. They are almost always made in advance until a set of long term conventional dentures can be produced.
Partial dentures are used when some of the natural teeth still remain in the upper or lower jaw. A bridge is first used to replace one or more teeth. The traditional, more permanent design of partial dentures is made of metal clasps and rests that conform around the natural teeth. The more temporary design uses plastic replacements. This procedure allows time for gums and bones to heal properly before a permanent solution is reached.
There are a few different types of partial denture bridges. Removable partial dentures are normally connected by metal framework or clasps, and they can be taken completely out of the mouth. In contrast, fixed partial dentures are required to be cemented in place and are not removable. A third type, precision partial dentures, are another removable option. However, these dentures use internal attachments rather than clasps, yielding a more natural appearance.