The day you decide you really have to do something about those missing teeth of yours is the day when you start to research dentures. Sometimes the information can be confusing, as you may learn from one source that there are only two types of dentures, while other sources list up to ten types of braces. Of course, the best course of action is to pay us a visit and have a chat with our dentures Davie FL specialists. Depending on your situation, an expert will recommend you the best course of treatment. You may actually learn that you may not need dentures at all, or that your teeth need extensive restorative work. No matter the case, here are some things you need to learn about our dentures Davie FL interventions.
1. We Offer All Services Under one Roof
This may not seem that important at first, but let’s take a closer look at things. The first step to be taken is a thorough evaluation of your remaining teeth (if any) and the health status of your gums. Depending on the situation, your doctor may recommend you full dentures or partial dentures fixed with the help of cemented bridges or dental implants. Some of your teeth may need to be extracted, while some of your remaining teeth may need some fixing. Moreover, if your doctor speaks of implants, you will need the help of an oral surgeon and implant expert.
Now imagine you having to run in between several dental offices to get parts of bits of treatment. Wouldn’t this waste you a lot of time and money? Wouldn’t it jeopardize the success rate of the intervention? Getting all interventions under one roof ensures you benefit of a coherent, inter-disciplinary, smoothly flowing treatment from A to Z.
2. Your Dentures will Last for Decades
It is true that in time your gums may shrink and your jaw bone suffers slight modifications, but until then, you need to know that our dentures Davie FL results last you for up to 20 years without major interventions. This is possible because we work with top experts in the field, people having nearly 60 years of experience in the field and who get continuous education and training.
We also work with the latest and best equipment, biocompatible materials, and techniques. We collaborate only with certified laboratories and we will also teach you how to care for your dentures so you can enjoy them without any stress.