Full and partial dentures each solve different issues. A partial denture solution is suitable when you are missing a few teeth in a row but still have some existing remaining teeth. Removable dentures not only fill the gaps formed by missing teeth but also prevent the adjacent teeth from shifting. They are also detachable, which means that they can be removed for cleaning every day.
There are many types of partial dentures available, each having a distinct set of features to address specific problems. Flexible partial dentures, implant-supported partials, unilateral partials, single tooth partials, fixed rigid partials with clasps, and mixed supported partials are some of the examples of partial dentures. Depending on which issues we’re targeting, ask one of our denture dentists if a single lower partial denture, an upper partial denture or a temporary partial denture may be appropriate for you.