Regain Strong, Functional Teeth with Manassas Full & Partial Dentures
Dentures have been around for centuries, and today, modernized versions of these enduring prosthetics are still the ideal tooth replacement option for patients in need of a convenient and economical solution following significant tooth loss. Many people still imagine ill-fitting, unrealistic false teeth when they picture dentures, but this image couldn’t be further from the truth here at Galleria Dental Arts. Dr. Tamer Wahab is proud to provide form-fitting full and partial appliances that are designed with your unique look in mind, restoring much-needed function and self-confidence. Contact our Manassas, VA practice today to learn more about dentures as a reconstructive solution from our friendly staff, or if you’re ready to schedule your first consultation. Patients from Minnieville, VA and other nearby cities are always welcome!
Full & Partial Traditional Dentures
Like the name suggests, full dentures are designed to replace an entire arch of missing teeth, while partial dentures recreate certain teeth along a single arch while leaving remaining healthy teeth in place. Full dentures stay in place with natural suction, while partial dentures utilize strategically placed clips and brackets. Both designs are removable for easy cleaning and convenient storage when sleeping.
In addition to designing brand-new full and partial dentures for patients, Dr. Wahab can also provide relining assistance for prosthetics that don’t fit properly any longer. If your current denture is slipping around in the mouth or requires adhesive to stay in place, it’s time for an upgrade!
If you want a reconstructive option that offers more permanence and sturdiness, an implant-retained denture may be your best option. These prosthetics are very similar to their traditional counterparts, with one significant difference – they’re designed to attach to implants placed in the jawbone, creating a solid fit that feels and functions just like a natural smile. Both fixed and removable options are available when choosing implant-retained dentures, depending on the patient’s personal needs and current level of oral health.