What Is a Partial Denture?
In the following video, Brent Bradford, DDS, describes the different styles of partial denture appliances which allow the replacement of an entire section of teeth.
Patients often inquire about the need to replace a few missing teeth, and we have a solution called a removable partial denture. This denture typically consists of a metal framework that securely attaches to your remaining natural teeth.
The missing teeth are then crafted in acrylic and seamlessly blend with the pink acrylic base, providing a natural appearance. It’s important to note that a removable partial is intended for replacing a select number of teeth, not all of them.
The great advantage of a removable partial is that it allows us to replace all the missing teeth you have for a single fee, rather than charging individually for each tooth. To determine the best course of action for your specific situation, we recommend scheduling an evaluation with us. Feel free to reach out, and we’ll be happy to assist you.
- What Is an Implant Denture?
- Can My Denture Be Made Into an Implant-Retained Denture?
- What Is a Denture Reline?
- How Many Implants Are Required to Stabilize My Denture?
- Will Implant Dentures Affect My Ability to Eat or Speak?
- Who Is a Candidate for an Implant-Supported Denture?
- Benefits of an Implant-Retained Denture
- The Implant-Retained Denture Process