Missing a Number of Teeth?

Our dentures are custom crafted and designed for your mouth.

At Broomfield Premier Dentistry, we proudly offer a complete range of denture types to choose from, including complete, partial, and implant-supported.

We’ll discuss all your options for dentures and work with you to decide which option is the best solution for you. 

Dentures are removable dental appliances designed to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissue. They are custom-made to fit each individual's mouth and can be used to replace either a few missing teeth (partial dentures) or an entire arch of teeth (complete dentures). Dentures are typically made from acrylic resin, porcelain, or a combination of both materials.

Dentures restore the ability to chew food properly, speak clearly, and maintain facial structure by supporting the lips and cheeks.

Each set of dentures is custom-made to fit the unique shape and size of the patient's mouth, ensuring a comfortable and secure fit.

Partial Dentures are used when some natural teeth remain in the mouth. They are attached to the remaining teeth with metal clasps or precision attachments, providing stability and support.

Complete Dentures are used when all natural teeth are missing from either the upper or lower arch, or both. They rely on suction and possibly denture adhesives to stay in place.

Dentures are designed to closely resemble natural teeth and gum tissue, providing a natural-looking smile and appearance.

It may take some time for patients to adjust to wearing dentures, particularly in terms of speaking and eating. However, with practice and proper care, most patients find that they adapt well to wearing dentures.

Dentures require regular cleaning and maintenance to prevent oral health issues such as plaque buildup, gum irritation, and bad breath. They should be removed nightly for cleaning and soaked in denture solution to keep them clean and free from stains and odors.

Overall, dentures offer an effective solution for replacing missing teeth and restoring oral function and aesthetics. However, it's essential for patients to work closely with their dentist to ensure proper fit, comfort, and maintenance for long-term oral health and satisfaction with their dentures.