If you are missing teeth, you are not alone… 69% of adults aged 35-44 have lost one or more of their permanent teeth.
Dentures can quickly restore your entire smile.
With dentures, you’ll be able to chew and speak normally again.
Modern dentures are easy to remove for proper cleaning and maintenance.
With functional teeth back in place, you can return to eating your favorite foods.
Today’s dentures offer a natural look that matches your gum tissue and enhances your appearance.
Without teeth or dentures, your facial muscles will sag and your bone structure will disintegrate.
Dentures offer a more inexpensive alternative for smile restoration.
By supporting the jaw and gum tissues, dentures help maintain the health of your remaining teeth.
If you need to replace a full arch of teeth, complete dentures with Dr. Nishimura provide a great option. Treatment time may be less than other more involved solutions and sometimes requires only a couple of visits. To help make dentures more affordable, it is not uncommon for dental insurance plans to cover a good portion of your overall cost.
Partial dentures offer a removable dental prosthetic designed to replace several missing teeth in a row. We ensure a natural appearance by carefully matching them with your gums and your surrounding teeth. With full functionality, partial dentures not only restore the confidence of a full smile, but they also restore your ability to speak and chew normally.
Wouldn’t it be great if your dentures fit snugly and stayed in place? We use strategically placed dental implants to create a customized, implant-retained denture that snaps securely into place. The result is amazing stability that restores natural function.
Implants prevent slippage and hold dentures securely in place.
Implants prevent bone loss from denture use and help maintain your natural facial structure.
Implants eliminate painful sore spots caused by denture pressure points.
Implants secure dentures allowing you to naturally pronounce words.
Please contact us today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Nishimura.