If you’re new to dentures or need to have your existing set of dentures replaced, San Diego True Design Dentistry offers state-of-the-art denture techniques that leave you with a smile that you’ve never imagined.
Conventional dentures are held in place by suction over your natural anatomy. True Design Dentistry makes it our goal to create the most comfortable-fitting denture possible so that you can forget that you’re even wearing it! Each one is made of durable acrylic materials that resemble your natural smile.
What if you could have a permanent set of dentures that freed up space throughout your mouth and gave you the feeling of natural teeth all over again? That’s exactly what True Design Dentistry fixed dentures do. Each one is supported by permanent implant roots to keep it in place all day long. you’ll enjoy stability, meals, laughing and talking just like you used to! Read more
For added security with the option of a removable denture, our overdenture implant option is a wonderful choice. Over dentures are conventional dentures that are stabilized by dental implant anchors, yet can be removed at the end of the day. They snap snuggly onto your dental implant roots to prevent them from rocking, moving, or causing sore spots when you wear them.
Do you need to replace several missing teeth at one time? removable partial dentures clasp in place around your existing teeth to free up space throughout your mouth.
Depending on the type of denture that you choose, your treatment may take 2 or 3 different appointments. It really depends on the health of your bone and other teeth in the mouth. For instance, you may need to have diseased teeth removed before having an impression made for your permanent prosthesis. When you schedule your consultation with us, we can discuss the process more thoroughly with you.
Are you still unsure of which type of denture is best for you and your lifestyle? We invite you to find out more about your personal treatment recommendations by calling us at 858-279-3455. Dr. Refahi will review the advantages to each type of denture and how they fit your personal oral needs, and whether or not one type of treatment is more optimal than the other for your smile.