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Dentures

The Best Full/Partial Dentures in Philadelphia, PA

Missing teeth can give your smile an incomplete look. However, the problems aren’t just cosmetic. 

Without good teeth, eating, speaking, and living becomes near impossible. Your teeth also contribute to your overall facial appearance, which can sag and make you appear older than you are.

Don’t deal with missing teeth forever. At Pennsylvania Center for Dental Excellence, Dr. Han and our team specialize in bringing our patients full/partial dentures in Philadelphia, PA, to get them back to their old selves.

Our dental implants, artificial teeth, and removable partial dentures have helped countless patients regain confidence and healthy smiles.

Types of Full/Partial Dentures in Philadelphia, PA

At Philadelphia Center for Dental Excellence, we offer three primary types of dentures, including: 

  • Full Dentures: When you need to replace an entire upper arch, bottom arch, or both, we recommend using full dentures. Like many partial dentures we offer, you can easily remove these at night, making them easy to clean and maintain for years to come.
  • Partial Dentures: These work best if only a few of your teeth are missing, especially if they are in a row. Even if not, our dentures come designed to custom fit, covering the missing teeth and any natural teeth in between the missing teeth.
  • Implant Dentures: These dentures are a permanent, stable option. First, we insert titanium rods in the place of missing teeth to hold the dentures in place, after which we affix the dentures into your mouth. Then, clean them as you do the rest of your teeth–flossing, brushing, and visiting your dentist for regular exams and cleanings.

We offer immediate denture services so you can get your dentures the same day you come in for your initial appointment. 

Customizing Your Dentures to Best Match Your Smile

In the modern landscape of dental care, we have access to tools and techniques that completely customize your dentures–tooth by tooth. We adjust for shape, size, position, and appearance, wrapped up in a comfortable acrylic base. 

After removing any necessary teeth, we create a wax mold of your mouth that we reference throughout the construction of your new dentures. 

State-of-the-Art, Comfortable Dentures

Many patients shy away from getting a new pair of dentures after being burned by older ones. So we create comfortable full and partial dentures by using the latest technology to feel precise like your set of natural teeth.

With our dentures, you won’t experience pain or develop sores in your mouth. With an implanted, complete set of dentures, don’t worry about them falling out when you laugh, talk, or sneeze. We offer the best materials, creating soft, lightweight, and comfortable artificial teeth for all our patients.

Natural-Looking False Teeth

The world of dental technology has likely changed since you last got a pair of dentures. We learn new information every day to create more effective, lasting, and convincing artificial teeth. Combining this new technology with Dr. Han’s experience makes our practice an industry leader in denture tech.

Modern dentures fit your mouth and look like natural teeth. Your friends and family will be shocked at the results, and you’ll be as confident as ever. We consult with you to learn what you want from your dentures, as they will become a part of your look and identity.

Look No Further for All Your Denture Needs

Whether you need dentures or another form of restorative surgery, Dr. Han will work with you and explain the process every step of the way. 

Many insurances cover the cost of full/partial dentures in Philadelphia, PA; feel free to ask us any insurance-related questions as we begin the process. In addition, we offer financing options for those in immediate need of dentures or other oral surgeries.

At Philadelphia Center for Dental Excellence, we’ll work with you every step of the way through the process of acquiring dentures. In addition, we’ll examine the options for dental implants, dental crowns, dental bridges, or whatever treatments are necessary to compliment your new set of teeth.

If you believe you’re a candidate for full/partial dentures in Philadelphia, PA, call our office at (215) 352-5447 to talk with one of our dedicated team members. We’ll answer any questions you have and put you on a fast path to full-smile recovery.