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Partials and Dentures – Huntington Beach, CA

Restore a Functional, Beautiful Smile

partials and dentures You never expected to lose your teeth, but that is the reality you face. Although new innovations in dentistry make it possible to preserve natural teeth, 120 million Americans are missing at least one tooth while another 35 million do not have any remaining. No matter if you are missing several teeth or all of them, Pacific View Dental Group has the solutions you need. Dr. Alexandria N. Arditti can complete your smile with partials or dentures in Huntington Beach.


Why Do I Need to Replace My Teeth?

Every tooth serves an important role in your oral health and functions. The more teeth you lose, the more both declines. Over time, any remaining teeth lose support, causing them to drift out of position. Not only does this increase your risk of cavities and gum disease but also additional tooth loss.

You will also have difficulty eating certain foods, which can lead to nutritional deficiencies from an incomplete diet. It is common to have slurred speech as it becomes harder to pronounce certain sounds. You may also notice changes to your appearance because your facial structures lose support. This can cause premature wrinkling and sagging of your skin.


Options to Replace Teeth

You can help protect your oral health from future complications with Dr. Arditti. She has the solutions you need to replace your missing teeth. She performs a comprehensive consultation to assess your oral health to find a treatment that accommodates your needs. Depending on your degree of tooth loss, you can benefit from:


Partials fill the space of several missing teeth. Dr. Arditti takes an impression of your mouth to design prosthetic teeth that match the color, size, and shape of your natural ones. They are featured in a gum-colored base that has a metal framework. This allows it to clip or clasp onto your remaining teeth to hold it in place.


An entire arch can be treated with a full denture. Although they have a bad reputation for looking fake, new advancements now allow them to look and feel more natural. Your gum-colored base is made from a comfortable acrylic material, which is customized to fit your mouth. Your prosthetic teeth are carefully crafted to look real. It is held in place using suction or an adhesive. As an alternative, ask Dr. Arditti about the security of dental implants.

How Much Do Dentures Cost?

There is no set price for dentures or partials because the amount is determined by your individual treatment plan, such as how many teeth you are replacing, the materials used, and if you need any additional procedures. Often, your dental insurance will cover a portion of the cost to keep your new smile affordable.

Rebuild Your Smile Today!

You can overcome the challenges of missing teeth and invest in your quality of life with the help of your dentist in Huntington Beach. Dr. Arditti uses the latest innovations in dentistry to rebuild a functional and aesthetically pleasing smile. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation for dentures.

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Dentures FAQs

Rebuilding your smile with dentures in Huntington Beach can be life-changing. Not only will you be able to smile confidently again, but you should no longer have difficulties eating or speaking like you may have had when your teeth were missing. Having a good idea of what to expect when getting dentures can help make the adjustment process much smoother. That’s why we’ve answered some frequently asked questions about dentures in the following section.

How Often Should I Wear My Dentures?

We highly suggest wearing your dentures as much as you can throughout the day, particularly when you first get them. This can speed up the process of your mouth adjusting to them. However, you shouldn’t wear them 24/7. Removing your dentures at night will give your gum tissue and jawbone a chance to recover. While you sleep, let your new teeth soak in a glass of denture cleanser or room-temperature water so that they don’t dry out and lose their shape.

How Do I Properly Take Care of My Dentures?

In addition to soaking your dentures overnight, you should take them out and rinse them off with water after every meal. This prevents food debris from lingering and attracting harmful bacteria that could contribute to painful gum infections. Also, scrub your dentures clean every day with a soft-bristled denture brush and a nonabrasive denture cleanser. After waking up and before inserting your dentures, gently brush your tongue, gums, and palate to get rid of any plaque that may have built up during the night.

Will I Need to Use Denture Adhesive?

As long as your dentures fit properly, you actually shouldn’t need denture adhesive in order for them to stay in place when you’re chewing or speaking. With that being said, it may bring you some peace of mind if you’re nervous about them slipping. It can also help stabilize your dentures as you’re getting used to eating while wearing them.

How Long Will My Dentures Last?

The answer to this question depends on which type of denture you have. If you’re getting a traditional full or partial denture, you can expect it to last between five and ten years. On the other hand, an implant-retained denture can last significantly longer due to the powerful bond that the implant posts form with your jawbone. In fact, dental implants can last up to 30 years with the right aftercare.

No matter what kind of denture you have, make sure to take good care of your new smile with excellent oral hygiene and regular checkups at our office. At these visits, your dentist in Huntington Beach can determine when your denture will need to be repaired or replaced.