Custom dentures, crafted by the world-renowned doctors at Boston Prosthodontics Dental Group can restore form and function to your smile.
Missing teeth can have a debilitating effect on your health and your quality of life.
The opportunity to select the ideal denture for your needs and comfort has never been better. As leaders in denture technology and design, our prosthodontists are able to offer full, partial, and implant-supported dentures.
Anyone with missing teeth understands how uncomfortable it is to go through the day feeling self-conscious. With impeccably crafted dentures, you can eliminate the sunken areas that result from missing teeth and restore your more youthful appearance. Using the finest materials available, our doctors and technicians craft restorations that are remarkably natural and customized to complement your features.
Missing teeth can compromise your health. Without an entire set of teeth, you are at risk of further tooth loss, and you may not be able to eat a healthy, well-balanced diet. Our beautiful restorations are designed to restore your mouth to its optimum oral health while returning comfort and vigor to your bite. With your ability to eat a variety of healthy foods restored, you can expect your overall health to improve.
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Gone are the days of dentures slipping out of place. Our acclaimed doctors can attach full or partial dentures to dental implants, which are small titanium screws that we can place directly in your jawbone.
Our patients love the security that implant-supported dentures provide. Implants are the most stable, secure, and lifelike solution for rebuilding your smile. By anchoring a restoration to dental implants, patients regain the freedom and control they had with their natural teeth.
With your restoration locked in place, you can talk clearly and eat the foods you love without worrying about embarrassing mishaps. Dental implants eliminate the risk of slippage and allow you to bite, chew, speak, and smile with confidence once again.
Another benefit of implants is that they are the one treatment that can prevent the bone in your jaw from deteriorating.
In order to be a candidate for implant-supported dentures, you will need to have sufficient jawbone density for the procedure. However, if you lack the required bone tissue, bone grafting could make you eligible.
Traditional full dentures are removable restorations that rest gently on your gums and are held in place by suction or with the aid of a dental adhesive. They are created using an acrylic resin for the base and porcelain, zirconia, other natural-looking materials for the artificial teeth.
Full dentures are an affordable option for patients, and many appreciate that they can be removed at night.
These lifelike restorations can dramatically improve the appearance and function of your smile. Our in-house dental technicians will work closely with your dentist to achieve a precise fit that looks and feels like natural teeth.
With proper care, conventional dentures should last between five and 10 years. However, they will require adjustments over time as the bone in your jaw shrinks from the lack of stimulation that tooth roots provide. Due to these changes, you will periodically need to have your dentures adjusted, relined, or remade.
Partial dentures come in many forms to address our patients’ unique needs. They are normally crafted with a plastic base, metal framework, and artificial teeth that are customized to recreate those that are missing.
Typically, they attach to nearby teeth with metal clasps or with precision connections built into crowns that have been added to adjacent teeth.
Dental bridges, which are often called partial dentures, are another option. Fixed partial dentures are made up of one to three artificial teeth that are held in place by dental crowns on teeth adjacent to the gap.
If you are looking for a secure and reliable partial denture, you may want to consider implant-supported partials. Just as with implant-supported dentures, partials held in place by implants keep your jawbone strong and healthy by stimulating the bone.
As fellows and past presidents of prestigious dental associations and professors at elite universities, our doctors are leaders in dentistry and internationally renowned lecturers. We are vanguards in the field of prosthodontics and well-known for our cutting-edge research.
Our master technicians consistently create unbelievably lifelike and durable restorations that offer the aesthetic and comfortable fit discerning patients expect. From start to finish, our dental team has an unwavering commitment to superior service built on genuine care for our patients.
Our doctors have pioneered the development of ceramic dentistry materials, which gives them keen insight on selecting the finest materials for restorations. Our exemplary restorations mimic the color and translucency of natural enamel, allowing for unparalleled aesthetics.
You have many choices when it comes to selecting dentures, and no doubt you will have many questions.
Our friendly and highly trained team at Boston Prosthodontics Dental Group will gladly provide the answers you need to make an educated choice.
Nearly any patient that is missing some or all of their teeth is a good candidate for at least one of the restoration options available at our Boston office.
The freedom and improved confidence that comes from a beautiful set of custom dentures can be life-changing. You deserve a fully functioning mouth and a beautiful smile that lets you live life to the fullest. Don’t delay, contact us today for a consultation, it could be the best thing you do all year.
A consultation is an excellent opportunity for you to discover more about who we are and what treatment we can offer you to help restore your smile.
From preventative care to restorative procedures, our highly-trained prosthodontists can provide you with incredible results.
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*Disclaimer: results are not guaranteed, may not be permanent, and can vary per individual. Some images are of models, not actual patients.