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Rock Hill, SC 29732

Full & Partial Dentures – Rock Hill, SC

Revitalize Your Smile

If you’ve been suffering from tooth loss, you’re not alone. According to the American College of Prosthodontists, about 40 million adults are missing all of their teeth. Whether you have multiple small holes or an entire arch of teeth missing, both of these situations can make it difficult to complete daily tasks such as eating food and speaking. Instead of watching your overall quality of life decline due to the effects of tooth loss, visit Coombs & Ross Family Dentistry to learn how our team of professionals can restore the function and appearance of your grin with full or partial dentures in Rock Hill. 

Full Dentures

grandparent giving their grandchild a piggy back ride

For patients who are missing an entire arch or all of their teeth, we’ll recommend full dentures. These are custom-crafted replacement teeth that sit atop a gum-colored acrylic base that’s specially formed to comfortably fit your mouth. Typically, the teeth are made from natural-looking substances that are able to resemble the look of tooth enamel. That way, our patients are able to confidently smile without feeling self-conscious about their appearance.

Full dentures are conveniently removable, allowing patients to easily take them out of their mouths before they go to bed or when they need to clean them. Because they stay securely in place using natural suction and denture adhesive, you can also count on them remaining stable.

Partial Dentures

dentures in a glass of water

We normally recommend partial dentures for patients who are missing several teeth in a single arch. Just like full dentures, partial ones feature natural-looking replacement teeth that sit on top of a small, gum-colored base. The main difference is that this base is also connected to a metal structure that can easily be taken in and out of your mouth to replace the gaps in your smile. This metal piece discreetly fits behind your existing teeth to help prevent your natural pearly whites from slowly drifting out of place to fill the spots of missing teeth.

Implant-Retained Dentures

partial dentures on a model of a mouth

If traditional full or partial dentures simply don’t feel like the right choice for you, our dentist in Rock Hill also offers stable, long-lasting, and strong implant-retained dentures. These are replacement teeth that are anchored in place by titanium posts that have been placed under the gums and fused with your jawbone. To learn whether you’re a good candidate for this modern procedure, schedule a consultation with Dr. Coombs or Dr. Ross today.

Maintaining Dentures

computer model of dental implants

Even though your replacement teeth can’t develop cavities, it’s still important to properly maintain them to ensure that they last long and stay strong. Fortunately, this isn’t an incredibly difficult task to take on. Be sure to purchase and non-abrasive denture cleaner and a soft denture toothbrush to scrub them of plaque and food debris every day. This will prevent the buildup of harmful oral bacteria that can infect your gums and ensure that your dentures look clean and beautiful.

Each night, you’ll also need to soak your dentures in a special solution or room temperature water to keep their shape from changing. For partial dentures, it’s also important to continue brushing and flossing every day to ensure that your remaining natural teeth are healthy and strong.

If you have any questions about how to care for your full or partial dentures or would like to learn more about how we can replace your missing teeth at Coombs & Ross Family Dentistry, don’t hesitate to contact our office today. We’ll be more than happy to walk you through the process and ensure that you feel comfortable and confident in your decision!