When you have lost most of your teeth, or all of them, then you may need a complete set of dentures. In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, dentist wants to create a set of dentures that looks natural and improves your oral health. We could have both removable options, and options supported with dental implants.
Category: Replacing Lost Teeth
When you have more than one gap in your smile, this could mean more than a dental bridge is necessary. Instead, your smile may benefit from a partial denture. In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, dentist talks about how we design and craft a set of partial dentures that look and function like natural teeth…. Read more »
When you lose a tooth, this gap could seem minor but eventually cause major complications to your smile’s health and stability. To address a minor case of tooth loss, then your Richfield, MN, dentist may suggest creating and placing a custom-made dental bridge. In today’s blog, find out how this helps restore your smile!
When you need more than a bridge to fill the gaps in your smile, then your dentist may prescribe a set of dentures. Your Richfield, MN, dentist always takes steps to ensure your prosthetic, whether full or partial, will fit comfortably and provide quality tooth replacement. In today’s blog, we’re going to explain how we… Read more »
Minor tooth loss can be addressed with dental bridges or partial dentures. But what if you’ve lost most of your teeth, or all of them? In today’s blog, your Richfield, MN, dentist will explain how our complete dentures offer a full and lifelike smile again, so you avoid complications and enjoy your favorite foods once… Read more »
Having a permanently secured restoration to address a gap in your smile can deliver great cosmetic improvements, and make mealtimes easier. Many patients who want to address tooth loss will rely on a dental bridge. Your bridge consists of your pontic, or your replacement tooth, and a pair of dental crowns. The crowns are placed… Read more »
Are you ready to close that bothersome gap in your smile? Losing a single tooth is enough to cause a real disruption to your oral health. It can make biting and chewing more difficult, and add increased wear and tear on your remaining teeth. Just one absent tooth is enough to create a risk for… Read more »