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Implant technology has improved so significantly that it has become the first choice in replacing missing teeth caused by ageing, injury, excessive wear, congenital defects, or periodontal disease. Dental implants are one of the most predictable and successful procedures performed in dentistry today. Most people who undergo an implant procedure don’t feel a difference between their implants and their natural teeth.
What they do notice is the remarkable ability to enjoy crunchy, crispy foods, smile with confidence, laugh without fear, speak freely and enjoy a long term restoration without compromise. Once in place, implants maintain function and aesthetics better than other alternatives. Come in to discuss how modern implants can be used to replace one or more missing teeth.

Partial and complete dentures
If you lose the majority of your teeth, dentures can replace them and restore your smile. And even if you are only missing a few of your natural teeth, you may want to think about filling out your smile with dentures. They can help you look younger while providing support to your cheeks and lips. Dentures aid in speaking, chewing and swallowing. Visit us to find out if dentures are right for you.

Types of Dentures
There are two types of dentures: full and partial. Each type is made from an impression of the wearer’s mouth. Once the mold is made and the measurements are sent off to a dental lab to be made into permanent dentures, the dentist fits a temporary denture.

Dentures are secured by attaching to or fitting over any remaining natural teeth or implants.

Denture Care
Taking care of your dentures is vital to your overall oral health. Here are some tips on how to keep them in good condition:

  • Clean dentures over a water-filled sink to prevent damage if they are dropped
  • Place a small amount of liquid hand soap on the denture brush and brush all surfaces, including the clasps on a partial denture
  • Rinse well with water
  • Store dry in a labeled denture cup
  • To re-insert dentures, wet first with water to prevent discomfort

Other appliances we offer include:

Mouthguards
Your teeth can easily become damaged due to a sudden sports accident or by slowly grinding in your sleep. And if you snore or suffer from moderate sleep apnea, a “snore guard” might help you sleep better.

Sleep Better with a Snore Guard
Play Safe with a Sports Guard
Stop Grinding with a Night Guard

Custom sport mouthguard

Custom sports mouthguards provide protection to the teeth, surrounding tissues, and jaw against trauma that is caused by contact sports.

Custom Nightguard – To prevent premature wearing of your teeth from grinding in your sleep.