Dentures

Complete Dentures

  • Is a way to replace all the teeth in a jaw if lost due to gum disease, decay or trauma.
  • Complete dentures are supported by a patients jaw bone and tissue and are removed daily for cleaning.
complete denture

Partial Dentures

  • Can be used to replace teeth when a person is missing one or more teeth per jaw.
  • Partial dentures are supported by existing adjacent teeth, one’s jaw bone and tissue. Implants can be placed in conjunction to aid in better stability.
  • Like complete dentures, partial dentures are removed at night.

Implant Supported Dentures

All-on-4® – is a way to replace missing teeth using four implants a non-removable denture. This concept gives a patient the semblance of having their own teeth back. Find out more about All-on-4®.

Overdenture  – Uses 2-6 implants to help retain and support a complete denture. Unlike a standard complete denture which only uses the shape of one’s jaw for support an overdenture utilizes implants and a set of “snaps” to hold the denture in place. The snaps give the patient a better sense of having natural teeth but also improves their chewing abilities.

Contact us at one of our offices in  Schaumburg, Skokie, and South Elgin, Illinois.