Are you missing teeth? Don’t let tooth loss throw a wrench into your daily life. At Grafton Dental, we provide a variety of tooth replacement solutions including dentures and bridges to renew your smile’s health, appearance, and functionality. Ready to turn back the clock on your smile? Contact our office to schedule your tooth replacement consultation!Contact Us
Full & Partial Dentures in Grafton
Dentures have natural-looking replacement teeth on a gum-colored, acrylic base. They can replace a full or partial arch of teeth. We offer traditional dentures that hug the gumline and stay in place with the help of extra-strength denture adhesives. We also provide implant-supported dentures that attach to four or more dental implants for support. If you currently have uncomfortable, ill-fitting dentures, we can use implants to stabilize them.
Traditional & Implant-Supported Dental Bridges in Grafton
Bridges are a prosthesis that has custom-fitted dental crowns on each end with realistic-looking replacement teeth in the middle that fill in the space left behind from missing teeth. The crowns on either end can attach to existing teeth or to two dental implants. nXtsmile®, our implant-supported bridges, is a popular tooth replacement option for patients lacking existing healthy teeth on either side of the gap that can support the bridge.Learn More About nXtsmile
Cost of Tooth Replacement
The cost of tooth replacement varies exponentially depending on the type of replacement option you choose, your oral health, and more. Traditional versus implant-supported restorations vary in price. At your consultation, we’ll examine your smile, discuss your smile goals and budget, and help you choose an option that fits your needs. Then, we’ll carefully walk you through your payment options so that we can help you improve your smile without breaking the bank!
Will dentures change my face?
Damaged or missing teeth can result in dramatic changes to your oral health and your facial appearance. Opting for dentures to replace teeth can help you avoid these drastic changes. A properly fitting denture is key to maintaining your natural facial structure. Instead of wrinkling and sagging, dentures may reduce lines around the mouth and face and strengthen the facial muscles to create a fuller lip and jawline!
How do I care for a dental bridge?
Patients with a traditional or fixed dental bridge are relieved to hear that caring for a dental bridge is the same as natural teeth! Without proper care, a bridge can lose its support if the surrounding teeth or jawbone become affected by gum disease or other oral issues. The best way to care for a bridge is to brush and floss daily, especially around the base of the bridge, maintain dental exams and cleanings, and eat a balanced diet with minimal hard and crunchy foods.
Which is better, bridge or dentures?
Bridges and dentures are both great solutions for restoring your smile. Ultimately, the decision on which is better to get will depend on your situation. If you’re looking to replace one or two missing teeth, a traditional or implant-supported dental bridge may appeal to you. Dentures may be the better option if you’re looking to replace a full or partial portion of your teeth. When you visit our office for a consultation, we’ll go over both with you to select the one that best fits your needs.Schedule Your Consultation