Azusa area patients can achieve a new smile with dentures
Dentures are a common way for Azusa area patients with tooth loss to repair their smile and achieve a new look. A new smile can be as simple as obtaining a partial denture or a full set, depending on one’s needs.
Dentures are often thought of as a poor replacement for missing teeth. They are seen as fake looking, ill fitting, and troublesome. Many patients think that they will keep them from enjoying all their favorite foods. Fortunately, this couldn’t’ be further from the truth. Dr. Brianne Luu of Gentle Care Dentistry believes in providing patients with quality restorations such as full and partial dentures that can help them obtain the smile they’ve always wanted.
Dr. Brianne Luu of Gentle Care Dentistry offers both partial and full dentures. Partial dentures are used when patients are missing one or several teeth from the dental arch.
These metal and acrylic restorations snap into place using the existing teeth and bone for support, and in some situations, patients can have dental implants put in place to stabilize the dentures for better stability and function. This can be discussed during the initial consultation appointment and examination with our quality team of professionals. Patients will have a series of x-rays done as well as an evaluation. Health insurance can be discussed at this time to find out if patients can obtain partial or full reimbursement for their restorations based on their insurance coverage. Our front staff can help file paperwork accordingly and help patients in getting the reimbursement they need to make these restorations affordable for them.
If you live in or around the Azusa area and are ready to learn about obtaining a new smile with dentures, contact Dr. Brianne Luu and her staff to find out more about this economic yet aesthetic solution to tooth loss and determine if it is appropriate for your specific needs. Our team may also speak with you about alternative solutions that are available including dental bridges and dental implants, both commonly used in repairing smiles after tooth loss or extraction.