When you arrive at the office of Craig Conrow DDS, you can rest assured that you will receive the highest quality made dentures possible. Dr. Conrow strives to go above and beyond to make sure that your dentures are comfortable and natural looking.
One major concern with dentures relates to how they will affect your overall oral health. We take into consideration several physiological factors before creating each set of dentures.
Why Choose Dr Conrow For Dentures?
Dentures by nature are an involved entity. In effect, the synthetic teeth are V replacing the function of natural teeth. The dentures are called on not only for eating, but also for jawbone support and soft tissue (lips and cheeks) support. The design of the dentures must encompass all of these and handle the environment of the mouth.
As a Prosthodontist, Dr. Conrow understands how all of the facets of the oral health work as a whole. Since each oral part plays an integral role in maintaining comfort, functionality, and appearance. Dr. Conrow works hard to mimic these in every denture creation.
Complete and Partial Dentures
Sometimes, complete or partial dentures are a viable solution for creating a great smile. However, the preparation and fit are extremely important. Poor design or fabrication can lead to embarrassing accidents, an improper bite (creating other problems), and an uninviting appearance.
Dr. Conrow has extensive experience with dentures assuring that yours will be beautiful, comfortable and functional.
Denture Adjustments & Replacements
The structure of the mouth is an ever-changing environment. Teeth can migrate and the jawbone changes when teeth are missing, also when dentures are worn!
If you find that your dentures are not fitting as well or that there is a particular place that is causing you pain, we can help. Our team has years of experience in making denture adjustments. Never let your dentures continually cause you pain, by simply putting up with the irritation! Sooner or later nearly everyone that uses dentures could use an adjustment.
Although they may be well constructed dentures cannot last forever. A good denture set should be replaced every five to eight years. If you go beyond this time frame you are inviting problems to occur.
Is it time to consider new dentures or do you need your dentures adjusted? Give us a call to schedule your appointment today!