Dentures Specialist in Charlotte

Do you have missing teeth and you are concerned about the treatment options to replace missing teeth?  At Dentistry at University  in Charlotte, North Carolina, we have a solution for all your dental problems and in this case, you only need a prosthetic treatment by our experienced dentist Dr Raghav Sundaresh.

At our practice, we provide all the teeth replacement options such as full and partial dentures. To restore your beautiful smile and oral health please call us or book an appointment online.

What do you mean by dentures?

Dentures mean dental prosthetic units that are an effective and inexpensive way of replacing missing teeth. These are made up of strong plastic resin or sometimes porcelain to make both partial and full dentures look like your natural teeth.

Partial or full dentures are custom-fitted, making it possible for the patients to eat foods with assurance and speak eloquently. It is an affordable dental treatment which is crafted for maximum ease and crack resistance.

What is Full Denture?

When you visit the dentist with grossly teeth decay and gum disease it may become irreversible which might lead to the conclusion for removal of the remaining teeth on one or both arches. Full dentures are one of the fasted and least expensive ways to restore your beautiful smile.

What is a Partial Denture?

If you have lost a single tooth or multiple teeth partial denture maybe a good treatment option for you to restore your smile and teeth function. A partial denture is an affordable treatment option to replace missing teeth, improve chewing ability, and restore your confidence to smile.

Who is a good candidate for dentures?

Do you have a missing one or more teeth and you are looking for an economical prosthetic option? If yes, then you are a good candidate for the denture. A full or partial denture can restore much of the original tooth function with a beautiful smile.

Are there any post-treatment instructions for dentures?

Dentures are removable dental appliances which should be cleaned and brushed daily just like your natural teeth. Brushing your gums will prevent gum infections by avoiding the accumulation of bacteria. Dentures should be kept in water to prevent them from distorting.

It takes a bit of time to get used to new dentures but when it settles it gives a perfectly natural look. Please call Dentistry at University  and get an appointment with Dr. Sundaresh to get your glowing smile back.