The Dental Way

General Dentistry & Orthodontics located in Bergenfield, NJ

Custom dentures aren't just a set of replacement teeth. They're a path toward freedom, offering you the opportunity to smile, chew, and speak with confidence. The Dental Way's licensed denturists and dentists are experts at fitting and making dentures. Located in Bergenfield, New Jersey, the knowledgeable team can help you speak, eat, and smile like you used to with the best denture option for your lifestyle. Call or schedule a consultation online today.

Dentures Q & A

Are there different types of dentures?

The knowledgeable licensed denturists and cosmetic dentists at The Dental Way offer a range of complete treatment options for patients of all ages. From the initial consultation to the first denture fitting, or denture relining and repairs, you can trust this expert team to deliver nothing but the best. You have multiple dental options to choose from, including:

  • Metal framework partial dentures
  • Acrylic partial dentures
  • Dental implants and crowns
  • Denture relines
  • Soft denture liners
  • Implant-supported dentures

Licensed denturists construct all dentures on site, in the dental labs at The Dental Way. You can see your dentures throughout the process, which is a significant advantage. From start to finish, your denturist can monitor and alter the look and feel of your dentures to make sure you end up with a smile you're proud to show off.

Should I get immediate dentures?

If you’ve lost your teeth as a result of illness, decay, or injury, and need full dentures, you may be a good candidate for immediate dentures. Immediate dentures are readily available, which means you don't have to suffer the inconvenience of not having teeth. Keep in mind, however, that your mouth will need time to heal from the loss of your natural teeth and the immediate denture inserts. Your dentures will need to be relined to ensure your denture fit stays precise and comfortable.

Are partial dentures a better choice for me?

Partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain. The most common type of partials has a cast metal frame. Partials dentures are different than full.

Full dentures replace all of your natural teeth while partial dentures only replace your missing teeth. The strong metal framework offers support so that you can bite and eat like normal, even if you're missing molars. Partial dentures with metal frames connect to existing teeth, keeping them in place and you feeling secure—all without dental adhesives.

Acrylic partial dentures are a less expensive option for tooth replacement; however, they're also less durable than metal ones. Acrylic partials are usually a temporary solution for missing front teeth while the dentist makes permanent partials or bridges.

What if I need denture repairs?

The Dental Way's licensed denturists can repair full or partial custom dentures while you wait or in a few hours, depending on the repairs needed. They can repair your existing or custom set of dentures on-site same day.

Schedule your dental consultation online or call today.


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