Kennesaw dental service offers partial and full dentures
Kennesaw, GA, area patients who are seeking dental restoration services may consider speaking with Dr. Kay of Dentistry at Kennesaw Point. Dr. Kay has years of experience in providing general, cosmetic, and restorative services for patients in the community, and continues to encourage patients to ask questions about ways to enhance and repair their smiles. Dentures are a common restoration used when patients are missing teeth and include both partial and full denture options. Partial dentures are an economical way to replace one or more teeth within the dental arch.
What is a partial denture?
Similar to a retainer used by orthodontic patients, a partial denture is made of metal and acrylic and snaps into the dental arch of the smile. It has a false tooth (or teeth) placed strategically to allow them to slide into the area where teeth once were. This restores not only the appearance of the smile by replacing missing teeth, but it can restore functionality as well.
What are the benefits of a partial denture?
Patients who are considering partial dentures may have questions about their advantages. Partial dentures may be chosen by a patient because they are:
- Affordable and often covered in part by dental insurance
- Effective at restoring the function of the smile by replacing missing teeth
- Easy to remove and care for
- Adjustable, so any changes to the smile can be adjusted for in the partial denture
- Constructed and custom-made for patients based on their current smile position
- Best for replacing one or more teeth within the dental arch
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Patients who are missing all the teeth in their dental arch may instead want to ask about full dentures, as these are created for individuals without teeth to anchor a partial denture in place.
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If you are considering dental services with Dr. Kay and her team, call 678-275-2066 to connect with our Kennesaw, GA area practice. Additionally, we offer a location in Tucker, GA, as well for patients who may be better located for that facility instead. Dr. Kay accepts new and current patients into both of her practices.Back to Dentures Page