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Orange Grove Family Dentistry
Kyle Nishimura, DMD
At Orange Grove Family Dentistry we want our patients to feel welcome and confident they will receive excellent care with us. We have built our practice on trust, comfort, and abiding by the Golden Rule—treating everyone as we would like to be treated ourselves.
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Our Team

Our entire team of professionals is committed to providing comfortable, compassionate, and consistent care every time you see us.

We focus on making our patients happy, which makes our team happy. This leads to an efficient and productive practice.

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Patient Testimonials
  • "I have been so impressed with the professionalism of the entire staff at Orange Grove Family Dentistry. Dr. Kyle has quickly earned my trust having recently taken over Dr. Jones outstanding practice. I have needed a lot of dental work in the past three months and each experience has been a positive one. Heather is a very capable assistant and Kimberly runs an efficient office. Everyone is caring and compassionate. I highly recommend Orange Grove Family Dentistry."
    Mark T.
  • "They all did a great job. Such nice and caring people!"
    Kylie D.
  • "Very professional, knowledgeable (up to date in dental procedures), energetic and caring doctor."
    Frexiny L.
  • "I came in for my annual cleaning. I was not aware that Dr. Jones retired. I been away for 8 months at NAU in Flagstaff, AZ. I met the new dentist and really like him! I like that Dr. Nishimura took the time to come over to inspect my teeth after my cleaning. Looking forward to my next appt when I get back from college."
    Robert G.
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Dentures and Partials

Nobody likes to face the possibility of tooth loss, but it does happen. The good news is that whether you are missing a few teeth or facing the loss of all of your teeth, your options today are much better than they were in the past.

If you are considering partial or complete dentures as a way of replacing missing teeth, you will be happy to find that they look more natural than ever. Unlike the square-looking fake restorations of the past, today’s dentures look much more like your natural teeth. They are also a lot more comfortable to wear.

Talk to Dr. Kyle Nishimura of Orange Grove Family Dentistry if you would like to learn more about dentures to replace missing teeth. Today’s dentures are attractive, functional, and natural-looking!

Complete Dentures

If you are facing the loss of all your teeth, you probably know that dentures are one of the most common methods of tooth replacement. Although they had a fake-looking quality in the past, today’s dentures look more natural than ever.

After your teeth are extracted to make way for your dentures, it usually takes several months for your gums to heal well enough for a custom set.

Although there is a period of adjustment, once you become used to the dentures, you will be able to laugh, speak, and eat with greater ease.

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are a removable dental prosthetic designed to replace several missing teeth in a row. They are made to look natural by matching your gums and your surrounding teeth.

When you are missing a few teeth, a partial denture will fill in the space left by your missing teeth. Using clasps to stay in place, the partial fits around existing teeth.

Partial dentures offer patients an affordable way to replace missing teeth that will also improve their ability to speak and chew; in addition, without the gaps left by missing teeth, patients will be able to smile with confidence.

Partial dentures give patients with missing teeth a stable bite, protecting the healthy teeth in their mouth. Partial dentures will also help to prevent additional tooth loss by supporting the jaw and gum tissue.

A Hybrid Option: Implant-Supported Dentures

As mentioned, when people lose several teeth or a full plate, many dentists recommend removable dentures. Patients who opt for dentures soon find out that while they use suction to attach to the gums and palate, a lower plate of dentures in particular may not be as secure as they had hoped, even with dental pastes. They also discover that their dentures might move when they speak or chew.

In addition to the practical problems patients face with dentures, there is another more serious issue: bone loss. Without tooth roots to stimulate the jawbone, it will disintegrate over time. This eventually gives people who wear dentures the “sunken in” look that is also referred to as facial collapse.

Implant-supported dentures combine the stability of dental implants with the convenience of dentures. Dentures are placed on four dental implants for total stability because the implants integrate with your jawbone.

In addition, patients who are not eligible for full dental implants because of jawbone shrinkage may find that they have adequate bone for implant-supported dentures.

Implant-supported dentures mean teeth that are completely stable. Speak, laugh, and eat without worry! They are also more cost-effective than an entire mouth of dental implants.

Give Dr. Nishimura a call to discuss your options for tooth replacement!

 

 

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A Note from Dr. Nishimura

Everyone on our team is committed to being a life-long learner always looking for ways to improve the experience for our patients and make them feel special. The Golden Rule applies in our practice: Treat others as you would like to be treated. We work hard—and we enjoy working with each other and with our patients.

We firmly believe that visiting the dentist does not have to be an unpleasant experience. We work hard to make sure your time with us is as enjoyable as possible!