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Partial And Full Dentures

Get Custom Partial and Full Dentures in Kenmore, WA

Call Kenmore Dental at 425-485-0588 to learn more about restoring your smile with dentures. 

One of the first things people notice about you is your smile. However, cracked, broken, or missing teeth can cause insecurities that impact how you present yourself and, ultimately, how you are perceived. Instead of smiling with closed lips or hiding imperfections with your hand, learn how partial and full dentures in Kenmore, WA, can rebuild your confidence.

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Partial And Full Dentures

What Are Full Dentures?

Full dentures are a complete set of removable replacement teeth. We create them with an acrylic base and porcelain or acrylic crowns. The acrylic is soft and designed to rest comfortably on the gums, while the crowns are colored and shaped to match your natural teeth. 

At Kenmore Dental, we aim to provide our patients with dentures that blend in. We can design them to mimic your natural smile or give you whiter, straighter teeth to enhance your appearance. 

What Are Partial Dentures?

Partial dentures are smaller than complete dentures, designed to replace gaps of missing teeth. We make them of thin metal wire, soft acrylic material, and porcelain or acrylic crowns. The metal framework comfortably rests in the mouth behind the soft acrylic, colored to match the gums, so it’s discreet and appears natural. 

Like complete dentures, the crowns are shaped and colored to match the rest of your teeth. A partial denture usually requires support from nearby natural teeth to secure it in the mouth, but other options are available. 

Partial And Full Dentures

Types of Partial Dentures

Fixed Partial Dentures

Fixed partial dentures or dental bridges consist of two crowns that cover and permanently attach to your natural teeth or dental implants. Between them are the crowns replacing your missing teeth. 

Implant Retained Partial Denture

Porcelain is a strong material resistant to cracking, chipping, and chemical degradation. Porcelain veneers can last for up to 30 years if taken care of properly. Due to their price and longevity, porcelain veneers make an extremely cost-effective solution over composite materials. We also offer options for temporary veneers.

Removable Partial Denture

Removable partial dentures use a clasp system to secure and release the dentures as needed. The clasp works by wrapping around nearby natural teeth.  

Partial Overdenture

A partial overdenture is for patients with significant gum loss. The denture piece has a larger acrylic portion to replace the gums and hide signs of gum recession. 

Every patient’s circumstances are different, so it’s best to schedule an appointment at Kenmore Dental to receive a proper assessment. 

Benefits of Partial and Full Dentures in Kenmore, WA

  • Affordable
  • Customizable options
  • Restores smile
  • Improves speech
  • Provides support for facial muscles
  • Improves chewing abilities
  • Boosts confidence
  • It prevents any remaining natural teeth from shifting
  • Lowers the risk of losing other teeth
Partial And Full Dentures
Partial And Full Dentures

What Can I Expect When Getting Dentures?

During your initial appointment at Kenmore Dental, we’ll examine your teeth and perform x-rays. If you choose to move forward with full or partial dentures, we may need to remove some tissue to ensure the best fit. Our staff will then take impressions and allow you to choose the shade, size, and overall look of your new teeth. 

Who Qualifies for Full Or Partial Dentures?

Anyone missing one or more teeth likely qualifies for dentures. The type of denture varies based on your specific circumstances. Most people who have dentures suffer from one of the following conditions:

  • Gum disease
  • Receding gums
  • Severe tooth decay
  • Nonfunctioning teeth
  • Bone loss
  • Damaged teeth
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Contact Kenmore Dental For Partial and Full Dentures in Kenmore, WA

If you want to improve your bite or smile with dentures, contact Kenmore Dental at 425-485-0588 and schedule an appointment. Our team will walk you through the steps and help you choose a treatment plan to meet your needs.

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