Dr. Radosavljevic offers several options for replacing missing teeth, including dentures and partial dentures. After a comprehensive exam to determine the state of your dental health and discussing your personal concerns and goals, Dr. Rados will recommend which treatment option is most suitable.
Types of Dentures
There are several types of dentures that Clearwater dentist Dr. Radosavljevic offers. She will assess your condition, determine your goals and help you choose the type of denture that is right for you and your budget.
The dentures that we offer are called cosmetic dentures because they are highly aesthetic and look and feel just like natural teeth. The dentures that Dr. Radosavljevic offers are designed to fit stably and comfortably in your mouth.
There are basically two types of dentures: Full Dentures and Partial Dentures. Full dentures replace all of a person’s upper or lower teeth. A partial denture replace several missing teeth, similar to a dental bridge.
A denture can either be removable or fixed. Fixed dentures are anchored by dental implants and often called implant dentures.
Implant supported dentures, simply known as implant dentures, have an extremely high success rate and level of patient satisfaction. While there is a greater investment for implant dentures, they do provide superior long term benefits over removable dentures.
- Secure fit, no worries about dentures falling out when you eat or speak
- Improved bone retention, implants help to prevent bone loss
- Ability to eat foods without restrictions
- No adhesives necessary
How much do dentures cost?
The cost of dentures will depend on your specific condition, the type of denture and materials used. Your dentist will present you with the various options and costs before selecting a treatment. Dr. Rados accepts all dental insurance, and will submit the necessary paperwork and billing. In addition, we offer flexible payment options and interest free financing for qualified patients.
Do you repair dentures?
If you need denture repair, please contact our office. In some cases, we may be able to repair an existing denture. In other situations, the dentist may recommend replacing the denture.
What is “All on Four”?
All on four is the name of a popular implant denture procedure, where as few as four dental implants are placed in the jaw to secure a denture. Dr. Radosavljevic will evaluate your condition and place the number of implants that will yield the best results for your needs and goals.