Gain confidence and ensure long-term health with Advance Comfort removable partial dentures. New Partial dentures are an excellent choice if you’re looking to restore your smile. Our experts can show you the different types of removable dentures so you can select the ones that are right for you. Give us a call today to start your journey to a new and refreshed you!
Compare las características de cada prótesis dental parcial
Acetal Resin Partial
Cast Metal or Titanium Partial
Empieza desde $1,895
Comienza desde $1,495 - $1,695
Resistencia al deslizamiento
Stability & Fit
Estabilidad y Ajuste
Moderado - Excelente
Del color del tejido
3 tonos de tejido
3 tonos de tejido
Resistencia a las manchas
Genial - Excelente
CrCo or Titanio
Resistencia del material
Ideal to Replace
Ideal para reemplazar
1 - 8 Los dientes
1 - 12 Los dientes
1 - 12 Los dientes
Prótesis parcial transicional
Resina flexible de color similar a los dientes
Gentle on Natural Los dientes
Suave con los dientes naturales
Free Adjustment & Cleaning
Ajuste y limpieza gratuitos
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A comfortable, natural-looking, and low-cost partial denture. It’s an effective tooth replacement option without breaking the bank.
Why Partial Dentures?
Full and partial dentureseach 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.
Choosing European Denture Center
Whether you need a new partial denture or a partial denture repair, we provide high-quality and affordable partial denture solutions to meet your unique dental needs. Here are a few reasons why our patients rely on our services:
A removable partial denture generally has replacement teeth attached to a metal, acrylic, or plastic base that resembles the color of your gums. Partial dentures often come with clasps that attach to your natural teeth, and they can be easily taken out of your mouth for cleaning or storage. We provide specially designed partial dentures for front teeth, back teeth, and anything in between.
Your new removable partial denture may feel strange to wear for the first few weeks. However, you will adapt to it in no time. Also, your denture dentist will guide you on how to take care of your dentures. Your dentist may recommend crowns or cap fittings over your natural teeth to improve the appearance of the removable partial denture in your mouth.
The cost of partial dentures varies depending on the material used, individual preferences, and additional treatments if required, such as partial denture implants or extractions. If you’re wondering how much do partial dentures cost, the average cost of partials is about $1295. While partial dentures are generally less expensive than full dentures, we recommend not seeking out cheap partial dentures, as they may not be made to the same high standard of craftsmanship, comfort and quality that we pride ourselves in at European Denture Center.
Dental partial dentures look and function just like natural teeth. However, eating with partial dentures may require some time to get accustomed to. For the first few days with your new partial dentures, you should eat soft foods and avoid hot beverages and foods, whole fruits, and sticky foods. Eating with flexible partial dentures may take a little more time to adjust, as the flexible partial will need to settle in and around the tissue.
When you’re ready to try solid foods, make sure to cut and chew small pieces. Chew your food slowly and thoroughly on both sides of your mouth before swallowing.
It is not advisable to sleep with partial dentures because your bones and gums need to relax during sleep. Make sure to remove your partial dentures at night before going to bed and clean them with a denture solution so that no food particles remain stuck to the denture. Proper oral care is essential to keep your partial dentures healthy and long-lasting.
Partial dentures are suitable to replace a few missing or severely damaged teeth because your remaining healthy teeth are able to provide support for the partial denture. Many types of partial dentures are available, each with their own unique benefits, features, and cost.
Here are the various types of removable partial dentures:
Single tooth partial denture
Flexible partial denture
Implant-supported partial denture
Fixed rigid partial denture with clasps
Unilateral partial denture
Mixed-supported partial denture
Your dentist will help you choose the best partial dentures that meet your dental needs and budget.
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