Replace One Or More Missing Teeth
Top-Quality Complete Smile Rehabilitation
If you are missing one or more teeth in Forest Lake and you’re looking for a fast, cost-effective way to restore your smile, partial or full dentures from Dr. Jonathan Siverson may be the best option for you. Dr. Siverson specializes in comfortable, natural-looking dentures that allow you to eat, speak, and smile normally after losing one or more teeth.
Understanding the Value
The Benefits of Dentures
Both full and partial dentures have benefits that make them a great option for restoring your smile. First, dentures can be built very quickly. You can restore your smile in just a few weeks with a set of dentures. In contrast, dental implants can take anywhere from 3-6 months to fully heal.
Dentures are also the most cost-effective way to restore your missing teeth. Compared to treatments like dental bridges and dental implants, dentures are much less expensive. They are also almost always covered under dental insurance plans, which further reduces their cost. If you are on a tight budget, dentures are a good choice.
Partial dentures are also non-invasive and do not require any surgery, unlike dental implants and bridges. If you’re missing multiple teeth but would like to avoid surgery, partial dentures may be a good option for you.
What We Offer
Types Of Dentures
At Forest Lake Smiles, we offer both full dentures and partial dentures. Depending on your oral health and how many teeth you are missing, either one of these treatments may be a good option for restoring your smile.
Restore Multiple Missing Teeth
If you are missing several of your natural teeth and are looking for a cost-effective, fast way to restore your smile, partial dentures may be your best option. Partial dentures consist of multiple false teeth which are held in place using a plastic and metal framework. This framework clips onto your remaining healthy teeth, restoring your smile, and preventing your partial dentures from shifting or slipping.
Partial dentures are often used as a temporary solution for missing teeth, since they help prevent teeth from shifting before implant surgery or the placement of a dental bridge. However, some high-quality partial dentures are used as a permanent solution to tooth loss, and can last for 5-10 years or longer.
Replace A Full Arch Of Teeth
Full dentures are typically only a good option if you have lost most or all of your natural teeth due to oral trauma, gum disease, or extensive tooth decay. This is because full dentures must be fitted directly to your gums, and require the removal of all of your remaining teeth.
Depending on your oral health, you can use full dentures to replace the upper, lower, or both arches of your teeth. In just a few weeks, you can completely restore your smile, speak normally, eat your favorite foods, and feel confident about your appearance once again.