We make flexible, long-lasting partial dentures.
At Cleveland Smile Center, we make beautiful, long-lasting, comfortable partials that allow our patients eat and smile with confidence.
Dentures are necessary for tooth replacement when somebody has already lost their teeth. Are you looking for something comfortable, functional, affordable and good-looking? Cleveland Smile Center can help you with Partial Dentures so that you have confidence in your smile again.
What is a Partial Denture?
A removable partial denture - or simply known as a “partial” - is an affordable way to replace missing teeth and gaps in your smile. Our partial dentures are:
Custom-made to fit your teeth and the shape of your jawbone
Clasp securely to your existing teeth
We use the latest technology to make partials without any metal called Duraflex® partials. These flexible partials have clasps that are tooth and gum colored, making them practically invisible when you smile. The artificial teeth are set in a pink acrylic material that resembles the gums.
Flexible Acrylic Partial Denture Cost
Cast Metal Partial Denture Cost
It is custom-made to fit your teeth and the shape of your jawbone exactly, and it clasps securely to your existing teeth, but not so tightly that it can’t be removed.
A removable partial denture will protect your remaining teeth from drifting and being damaged, and will give you excellent comfort and function for many years. Keep in mind that the gold standard for tooth replacement is Single and Multi-Tooth Implants.
Tips for using Partial Dentures
Some patients might feel a little discomfort as they are getting used to partial denture or need a little help with ongoing care. Fortunately, you don't need to sacrifice comfort for a great new smile. Cleveland Smile Center has a few tips to help.
When you first get your new partial denture, your bite may feel a little uncomfortable or awkward; this is 100% normal and will diminish over time as you get accustomed to wearing it
Your Cleveland Smile Center Team will give you instructions on how to insert and remove your partial denture. Practice makes perfect, and one should always handle their partial with care.
Do not try to get your dentures into place by biting down, as this could result in bending or breaking.
When you’re not wearing them, always carry your partials in a hard case. Keep partials away from kids and pets so not to damage them.
Are you interested in finding out more about Partial Dentures? Contact our team for your consultation.