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Dentures in Alpharetta, GA

Although losing your teeth can feel like a tragedy, replacing them is as easy as 1, 2, 3 at Old Milton Dental. Whether you lost a section of teeth or your entire mouth, we can replace your teeth with modern dentures that look natural and feel comfortable to wear through every bite, every conversation, and every smile. Gone are the days where dentures look unnatural and fall out at all the wrong times. Discover if dentures in Alpharetta are the right restorative dentistry option for your missing teeth.

Why Do I Need to Replace My Missing Teeth?

If you have missing teeth in your mouth, it’s likely that you are unable to chew your favorite foods or feel comfortable showing off your smile. It’s also common for missing teeth to cause speech problems. When you replace your missing teeth, this gives you back your ability to eat and chew your favorite foods, smile with ease, and speak without any speech problems. Without teeth, your diet and self-esteem can be affected. Not to mention, dentures are a cost-effective restorative dentistry option that is sometimes covered by insurance. What’s your excuse for not replacing your teeth?

What are Dentures Made Of?Dentures

Dentures are made of different types of porcelain or resin. It’s more common for porcelain to be the preferred material choice because it’s more durable. Porcelain also looks more natural as it can give you a natural tooth color. Porcelain teeth also feel more like natural teeth which makes the adaptation process a lot easier. Although porcelain dentures are the preferred method, they can easily break if they are dropped on the floor. They can also wear down any of your natural teeth if you happen to bite against them.

Types of Dentures

At Old Milton Dental, we offer three different types of dentures to suit every patient’s needs. First, we offer partial dentures to replace sections of missing teeth. These are secured to your mouth with metal clasps that attach to your teeth. Next, we have full dentures. These replace entire jaws of teeth and are secured to your mouth using adhesives. Lastly, we offer dental implant supported dentures or all-on-4 dentures. These are dentures that are secured with dental implants. In other words, they don’t leave your mouth unless your dentist removes them.

Dentures Procedure

The procedure for dentures is quite simple. It begins with a consultation with our dentists about your teeth. If you need to have any teeth extracted, that will be our first task. If you have only a few remaining teeth and a long history of bad dental health, we might advise you to just have the rest pulled if dentures are in your immediate future anyway. Once all of your teeth have been extracted, we can provide you with a set of temporary dentures to wear while your gums heal.

Once they have healed, we can take impressions of your gums that are then sent to the dental lab. At the lab, they will construct your dentures to match your face and even your old smile if you wish. We can have the dentures made with any tooth color or shape you desire to complement your face.

Once the dentures return from the lab, we will bring you into our office to ensure your dentures fit properly. With today’s technology, your dentures will fit snugly inside your mouth without slipping or sliding. If necessary, we will make some adjustments. If you opted for implant supported dentures, your procedures will be a bit different. Visit our dental implants page to learn more about the process for getting implant supported dentures.

Getting Used to Your New Dentures

One of the main concerns of our patients is getting used to their new dentures. When you visit our Alpharetta dentist, we will give you all of the tips and tricks you need to get used to wearing your new dentures. When you first get your temporary dentures, this will give you an idea of what it’s like to wear dentures. It may take a few weeks to adjust getting used to eating with them in, speaking with them and even smiling with them. It’s common to speak with a lisp for the first few weeks of having dentures until your tongue gets used to them. You can end your lisp a bit sooner by speaking and singing as much as possible when you first get your dentures. If you feel any discomfort with your new dentures or they don’t feel like they fit properly, please let our dentist know so we can adjust them.

Dentures Aftercare

Caring for your dentures is important for extending their lifespan. You should remove your dentures every night and soak them in denture cleaner while you sleep. In the morning, brush your dentures with a soft bristle toothbrush before you put them back in your mouth. It’s also important that you still brush your gums and tongue with toothpaste even if you don’t have teeth. This will keep your breath fresh and mouth feeling clean. Make sure that you don’t use hot water on your dentures as this can warp them into a different shape that will make them no longer able to fit. Your dentures should last you at least 5 years before they need to be replaced. It’s important to visit us regularly so that we can ensure your dentures still fit properly.

Replace Your Missing Teeth with Dentures in Alpharetta

If you are tired of living without teeth or are looking for a replacement for your missing teeth, dentures are an affordable and effective option. Replace your entire jaw or just a section of teeth. Opt for implanted supported dentures or go down the traditional route. Any of our dentures options can help you restore the functionality in your mouth. Fill out our online form or give us a call at 678-624-0370 to schedule a consultation for dentures today.

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Meet the Doctors

At Old Milton Dental, we pay attention to the details. Every element of our office design has been carefully selected to ensure comfort and enhance the overall dental experience for our patients that come to us. Drs. Corey Mazer, Katie Reid and Jenna Jarvis always have their patients well-being as their primary concern.