When it comes to dentures in Miami, there are many different options out there. Some cover the full mouth, some cover just a small area. Some are fixed, while others are removable. Let’s take a look at some of the different dentures options out there so you can get a better idea of which option is best for you.
Traditional dentures are complete dentures that replace all of a patient’s teeth. They sit on top of the gums and are typically placed within 8-12 weeks after the teeth have been removed/extracted.
Partial dentures are used when a patient still has some of his or her natural teeth, such as when one or more teeth remain in the upper and lower jaw. Partial dentures are removable and help prevent the other teeth from moving.
Snap-in dentures are the most effective choice when it comes to stability. They are held securely in place with the help of dental implants or anchors onto the existing teeth. Snap-in dentures are usually used when a patient doesn’t have any teeth, but still enough bone to support an implant.
An overdenture sits on top of the gums and is held in place with dental implants. It can be placed on the upper and/or the lower jaw, depending on the patient’s needs.
Are You Looking For Dentures in Miami?
At Floridian Dental Group, we offer a wide variety of denture options. If you are thinking of getting dentures, contact us today to learn more or to schedule an appointment.