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Dentures – Watertown, MA

Cost-Effective Tooth Replacement

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Extensive tooth loss can adversely affect your confidence and your quality of life. Fortunately, modern dentistry offers a number of options that can rebuild your smile. Dentures in Watertown present an efficient and cost-effective solution for many patients. Continue reading this page to learn more about how we can provide you with a reliable, natural-looking prosthetic. When you are ready to schedule your denture consultation, get in touch with the friendly team at All Dental Center.

Why Choose All Dental Center for Dentures?

Who Is a Good Candidate for Dentures?

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If tooth loss has negatively affected your ability to eat your favorite foods, speak clearly, and smile with confidence, dentures may be exactly what you need. Commonly, candidates for this treatment:

Types of Dentures

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Not all dentures are the same. When you your dentist in Watertown, we will learn more about your oral health, your budget, and your treatment goals before we recommend your next steps. Depending on your situation, we might suggest that you receive one of the following types of dentures:

Partial Dentures

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If your remaining natural teeth are still somewhat healthy, you might need a partial denture. This type of prosthetic fits in around the natural teeth, sort of like a puzzle piece. Metal or acrylic attachments help it to stay in place. The prosthetic teeth themselves may be either acrylic or porcelain.

Full Dentures

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A full denture replaces an entire arch of lost teeth. They usually consist of an acrylic base that supports acrylic or porcelain teeth, and they are always custom-made to fit with a patient’s unique jaw and gum structure. Natural suction or a mild adhesive helps them to stay in place.

Implant Dentures

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Conventional dentures are effective, but they do have their drawbacks. For patients who are interested in the longest-lasting, sturdiest way to replace lost teeth, we typically recommend implant dentures. They are secured in the mouth via prosthetic tooth roots, which stabilize the artificial teeth on top of them and prevent bone loss in the jaw.

The Benefits of Dentures

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Some of the top benefits of dentures include:

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