Restore your Smile with Dentures

In the realm of dental restoration, dentures stand as a time-tested solution for those seeking to regain the fullness of their smile. At Henritze Dental Group, our dentures embody a meticulous blend of artistry and functionality. More than just prosthetic teeth, they serve as a personalized key to restoring the natural rhythm of your daily life.

Benefits of Our Dentures:

  • Authentic Aesthetics: Experience the beauty of a revitalized smile that seamlessly integrates with your unique facial features.
  • Enhanced Functionality: Regain the joy of eating and speaking confidently, thanks to dentures designed for optimal performance.
  • Tailored Comfort: Enjoy a customized fit that prioritizes comfort, ensuring your dentures feel secure and natural.
  • Facial Structure Preservation: Prevent the loss of facial muscle tone associated with tooth loss, maintaining a youthful appearance.


Why You Need Dentures:

  • Holistic Tooth Replacement: Address the gaps left by missing teeth, not just for aesthetic reasons but to improve overall oral health.
  • Quality of Life Improvement: Rediscover self-confidence and an enhanced quality of life with a complete and functional smile.
  • Preventative Oral Health Care: Combat potential oral health issues linked to tooth loss, such as tooth shifting and jawbone deterioration.


Why Choose Henritze Dental Group:

Choosing Henritze Dental Group means selecting a personalized dental care experience. Our team, dedicated to precision and your comfort, goes beyond restoring teeth – we restore confidence, joy, and a genuine connection with your smile. Trust us to craft dentures that feel like a natural part of you, creating a personalized solution that redefines your dental experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dentures are removable dental appliances used to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissues. They are custom-made to fit the patient’s mouth and can restore function, aesthetics, and facial contours affected by tooth loss.

There are several types of dentures, including:

    • Complete dentures: These replace all of the teeth in the upper or lower jaw.
    • Partial dentures: These replace only some missing teeth and are supported by remaining natural teeth or dental implants.
    • Immediate dentures: These are placed immediately after tooth extraction to maintain aesthetics while the gums heal.
    • Overdentures: These are designed to fit over dental implants or remaining natural teeth for added stability and support.

Dentures are recommended for individuals who have lost multiple teeth due to decay, gum disease, trauma, or other factors. Dentures help restore chewing function, speech clarity, and facial aesthetics affected by tooth loss.

The process of making dentures typically involves several appointments. It begins with taking impressions and measurements of the patient’s mouth to create a custom-fit mold. A dental laboratory then fabricates the dentures according to these specifications, which are adjusted and fitted by the dentist for comfort and functionality.

While it’s normal to experience some discomfort or soreness when first wearing dentures, particularly during the adjustment period, they should not be painful to wear. Properly fitted dentures should feel comfortable and secure in the mouth.

The lifespan of dentures can vary depending on factors such as oral hygiene, chewing habits, and the quality of materials used. On average, dentures may need to be replaced or relined every 5 to 7 years to ensure a proper fit and function.

Proper care and maintenance of dentures are essential for their longevity and oral health. This includes daily cleaning with a denture brush and mild soap or denture cleaner, soaking them in water or denture solution overnight, and regular dental check-ups for adjustments and oral health evaluation.

It may take some time to adjust to speaking and eating with dentures, especially during the initial period of wearing them. With practice and patience, most people adapt quickly and regain normal speech and eating function with dentures.

Modern dentures are designed to closely resemble natural teeth and gums, so they are typically not noticeable when worn. Denture teeth are customized in shape, size, and color to match the patient’s natural smile for a natural appearance.

Dental procedures can vary widely in terms of insurance coverage. While some dental insurance plans may cover a portion of the cost for certain treatments, coverage details can differ significantly between providers and plans. It is important to check with your insurance provider to understand what is covered and to determine any potential out-of-pocket expenses. This will help you make an informed decision and plan accordingly for your dental care needs.

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