Dentures & PartialsColmar, PA

When you think of dental restorations, dentures may come to mind first. Traditional dentures typically use adhesive to stay in the mouth and restore the smile’s appearance. Dentures may be partial or complete, meaning partial dentures replace rows of missing teeth, and complete dentures restore full tooth arches.

At Dental Health Group, our team offers dentures and partials for patients missing permanent teeth in Colmar, PA. We customize dentures for each patient, ensuring they feel comfortable wearing them. 

Partial and Complete Dentures in Colmar, PA

Dentures and Partials in Colmar, PA

We offer multiple types of dentures to patients in our office. Our dental office works with dental laboratories and oral surgeons to provide dentures to patients missing permanent teeth:

Traditional Dentures

Dentures use high-quality materials to ensure that false teeth look natural and blend in with the smile, especially if patients have natural teeth left. A traditional denture consists of false teeth on an acrylic, gum-colored base that covers the palate. Many dentures use adhesive to stay in the mouth.

Traditional dentures renew the appearance of teeth, allow patients to bite and chew, and offer quick and efficient treatment. Patients only need dental impressions to receive their custom dentures. However, traditional dentures may feel uncomfortable on the gums and do not support the underlying soft tissue and jaw bone. 

Implant-Secured Dentures

Dentures secured with implants offer a longer-lasting treatment. Dental implants are titanium posts an oral surgeon places into the jaw bone beneath the gums. The implants fuse with the jaw bone to replace teeth at the root. Implants stabilize restorations like dentures, allowing patients to speak, bite, and chew comfortably.

We offer All On Four dentures in our office, which can use as few as four dental implants to secure an upper or lower arch of missing teeth. This modern treatment ensures dentures last longer and helps patients live daily without pain or discomfort. 

Schedule a Dental Consultation

Are you interested in learning more about your denture options? Restore your complete smile today. Call Dental Health Group for restorative dental care at (215) 774-6702. You may also request a dental appointment with our dental team on our website.