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Dentures – North Naples, FL

Traditional Ways to Replace Missing Teeth

When you’ve lost two or more teeth, daily functions can become much more difficult. Biting, chewing, speaking, and even smiling can cause you problems and interfere with your quality of life. At Dr. Makram’s dental office, we’re proud to offer solutions that can help you regain your missing teeth and much more. Traditional prosthetics have proven effective for hundreds of years, but we provide state-of-the-art partials and dentures in North Naples that will exceed your expectations. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Makram to discuss your eligibility and which type of denture is right for you.

Why Choose Mark Makram DDS for Dentures?

Who is a Good Candidate for Dentures?

Woman wearing dentures in North Naples

Individuals suffering from tooth loss are likely candidates for dentures. For centuries, humans have used various materials to craft new teeth to allow for easier eating, chewing, and speaking; however, with new advancements in dentistry, these prosthetics are more lifelike today than ever before. Designed to fit snugly inside your mouth and offer greater functionality, they can be a life-changing decision.

If you are unsure about your eligibility for treatment, it’s best to schedule a consultation with your dentist in North Naples. Dr. Makram can easily identify if your oral cavity and facial structure are prepared to support a partial, full, or implant denture. As long as your overall health is not compromised and you have healthy gums and enough jawbone, you can expect to be recommended for treatment.

What Are the Different Types of Dentures?

A full denture in North Naples

Dentures are known for being a versatile tooth replacement solution, which is why there are three different types available:

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are useful for filling multiple gaps that are not consecutive along a row of teeth. While full dentures rely on suction to hold the appliance in position, partial dentures use metal clasps that fit around your remaining healthy teeth to stay in place. However, like full dentures, partials can be easily removed for cleaning at night. Catering treatment to your needs, Dr. Makram can design and deliver a partial denture that fits comfortably in your mouth and blends in seamlessly with the rest of your healthy teeth.

Full Dentures

Without any teeth on one or both of your arches, you wouldn’t be able to eat much of anything or pronounce words clearly. Total tooth loss doesn’t mean that you’re stuck with nothing, however. Full dentures are a convenient, time-tested way to enable you to recover the smile you lost. Similar in design to a partial denture, prosthetic teeth are attached to a gum-colored plastic base that rests on your gums, allowing your artificial teeth to look as realistic as possible.

Implant Dentures

If you prefer a more permanent option that not only lasts longer but continues to stimulate your jawbone, preventing facial collapse, implant dentures may just be for you. Held into place with titanium posts that are surgically placed into your jawbone, your customized denture is secured to the tops of your implants, giving you a permanent and easier-to-clean solution to replace your missing teeth.

Benefits of Dentures

Couple laughing with dentures in North Naples

Dentures remain one of the most popular restorative options available in most dental offices. When faced with tooth loss, it is not uncommon for patients to immediately begin discussing the possibility of having customized dentures created to restore their appearance. When it comes to choosing these prosthetics, you will find they offer many unique benefits, such as:

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