Doral Dental Specialty Center

Dentures & Partials

Dentures & Partials

Your dentist will usually recommend dentures when you have multiple missing teeth that are next to each other. Dentures are not just meant for older people, but also for the young. There are many reasons you may need dentures:

Whatever the reasons you need dentures, our team of dentists at Doral Dental Specialty Center can help you restore your oral functions and health while enhancing your confidence in your looks. We are located in Doral, FL and provide our services throughout the Doral and Miami area.

What are Dentures & Partials?

Dentures are artificial teeth and gums crafted for your mouth to replace missing natural teeth. They can be full or partial, replacing the entire top/bottom gumline or only a few of the missing teeth. We will consider the right type of dentures for your mouth before custom designing them to fit your mouth and match your existing natural teeth.

Some of the key points you need to know about modern dentures and partials include:

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Types of Dentures

There are two main types of dentures and partials. This includes:

Implant-Supported Dentures
These dentures involve the use of dental implants to hold them in place. They are rooted in your gum, thus adding more stability and preventing bone loss. The healing time is longer, but the results are permanent.

Partial Dentures
Not everyone will need a full set of dentures. We may suggest partial dentures when only a few of your teeth are missing. They work similar to a dental bridge but can be removed.
We may also help you with flexible partials if you are more concerned about your looks. They look more natural, as they lack any metal parts.

Our Dentures Services

Dentures and partials provide affordable ways to replace your missing teeth. At Doral Dental Specialty Center, we help you make the most of what dentures have to offer. Whether you need full or partial dentures, we can help restore your smile using these non-invasive dental options. However, if you seek a more permanent solution, we can assist you with implant-supported dentures.