Dentures & Extractions

Dentures & Extractions

Aug 01, 2019

If you have lost your teeth or got them extracted, you can replace them with the help of the dentures. There are different types of dentures available and your dentist in Rego Park will help in finding the best option. Let’s explore:

  • Full Dentures

The full denture is appropriate for people who have lost all of their teeth, as it replaces the whole upper or lower arch of teeth.

  • Ultimate Fit Dentures

These are advanced dentures, which are created to fit every contour of your mouth. They are quite strong yet light in weight. The patients may have to wait a bit to get them made, but the wait is worth it.

  • Premium Dentures

The premium denture mimics natural teeth quite well. They are resistant to stains and are made with detailed customization. These dentures are first sent in wax format, for you to try before the final piece is made. Once you approve, the denture is made in acrylic base material.

  • Economy Plus Dentures

The economy plus denture is an expensive option, but offers natural looking teeth. Even they are first set in wax for you to try and approve them. It’s often received on the same day, but in some cases, it may take longer.

  • Economy Dentures

They are one of the most affordable options selected by many people. They are custom-made by the in-house lab of the dentist on the basis of size, shape, and look of the teeth.

  • Partial Dentures

The partial dentures are available in cast metal, flexible, and acrylic material. You can inquire with your dentist about the type of partial denture they offer.

  • Cast Metal Partial Denture

These are stronger, less bulky dentures offering amazing fit. The metal framework has high quality denture teeth attached to them. They may take 2-3 weeks to get ready.

  • Flexible Partial

These dentures are made of a special material, which offers added comfort.

  • Acrylic Partial Denture

The acrylic partial dentures are quite affordable, but a little bulky option. They have an acrylic base to which the denture teeth are attached. They offer durable and natural looking teeth.