Dentures in Mountainside, NJ
Losing multiple teeth can be devastating in several ways, and some people find that teeth are easily taken for granted until they’re lost. Challenges can range from not being able to chew and eat your food comfortably to feeling embarrassed about smiling or talking with others due to your smile's gaps.
The good news is that today you don't have to live with a compromised smile because there are comfortable and natural-looking solutions to choose from when you’ve lost some or even all of your teeth.
Restore Missing Teeth with Dentures
Dentures can be an ideal solution for replacing missing teeth, whether you’ve lost just a few of your teeth or all of them are compromised.
A partial denture is a removable appliance that utilizes metal clasps to anchor to your remaining teeth. It has prosthetic teeth carefully placed to eliminate the gaps in your smile.
Dr. Kudla Sr. or Jr. will design your partial denture to seamlessly blend with your smile for the aesthetics you’ve been missing. You’ll also enjoy the function of being able to eat, chew, and enjoy your food with ease again.
Full or Complete Dentures
Traditional full dentures are also removable and designed to restore an entire arch of teeth. Our dentists customize acrylic to design your new smile so that it complements your skin tone and facial structure while adhering to your gumline and jawbone comfortably to stay in place.
Today’s dentures provide a fit, feel, and look that goes beyond what your mother or grandmother wore.
Implant-Supported Dentures in Mountainside
Even with an improved fit, removable dentures have a learning curve as you get used to eating and chewing with your new appliance.
We can use dental implants to provide even more stability and hold your denture in place. Just a few implants can support a full denture and prevent movement slippage while you eat, chew, talk, or laugh.
Implants provide excellent stability and peace of mind and protect your jawbone from the loss and deterioration that can occur with a traditional denture. Dental implants keep your bone stimulated for regrowth, which combats bone loss and provides better longevity for your denture.
Contact Our Mountainside Dentist Office!
Are you dealing with tooth loss and seeking solutions? Or maybe you’ve lived with a denture that doesn’t fit well and causes discomfort? If so, we would like to talk with you about your options to restore your smile and improve your quality of life.