Dentures are removable prosthetic devices that help replace missing teeth to support a natural looking smile and make it easier to bite, chew and speak--all the things we take for granted before losing one or more teeth! When tooth loss occurs due to age, decay or an accident it can feel uncomfortable or even embarrassing to go out to eat with friends or pose for a photo. Thankfully modern dentures at Highland Dental Health are designed to last and have restored the smiles and confidence of many of our patients.
The Perfect Fit
Whether you need a single tooth replaced with a partial denture or need a whole new set of teeth using a custom complete denture, finding the perfect fit is important to us. Whatever your dental needs are we work with you to find your ideal level of care and comfort for dentures that won’t slip, slide or become dislodged when you eat or speak. Your new smile can also support the cheeks and lips to balance the muscles in the face that might sag or appear aged from missing teeth. If you are considering improving your health and smile with custom made dentures, give us a call at 920-563-9373 to schedule your consultation.
Health Risks Related to Tooth Loss
At Highland Dental Health we understand that if you have lost one or more teeth going to the dentist can feel very intimidating. Unfortunately, for patients who may put off going to the dentist after losing a tooth, health conditions such as gum disease, bone loss in the jaw or even further tooth loss can happen quickly over time. To protect your mouth and dental health we recommend coming in for a consultation. Using the best in preventative and conservative care, our services can help restore your health and smile no matter what your dental needs may be.
Is Your Denture Uncomfortable?
If your denture is feeling loose or has shifted in place our denture reline process can restore your denture to its proper shape and fit for more comfortable chewing or speaking. If you are in need of a new partial or complete denture we will first examine your dental health and determine what treatment options may be right for you. Depending on your current dental needs and general health, a single tooth replacement with a dental implant, or a partial denture “plate” may be more ideal.
Custom Made Dentures With Us
When you come in for a dental implant with us, the process is relatively simple. First, we perform a comprehensive dental exam and make an impression of your teeth. Patients often enjoy being part of the process as they help decide the color, size and shape of their new teeth for a smile that suits their natural appearance. After final adjustments are made using a wax stup, the dental lab forms your new personalized set of teeth in a strong and comfortable acrylic.
After Your Treatment
Getting used to wearing dentures may take some time to adjust. Dr. Garrison and lead dental assistant Jentri will work with patients every step of the way as they adjust to the new techniques of eating and speaking with dentures. It may take a few adjustments to make the dentures fit their best, but with proper care they can dramatically improve patients’ quality of life.
The Best Fort Atkinson Dentist
Our Fort Atkinson community wouldn’t be complete without our local dentist Dr. Brenda Garrison and her family-friendly practice! With our new and innovative approach to modern dentistry, Dr. Garrison and her team get to know each of her patient's unique concerns to form treatment plans that are painless, comfortable and styled to suit their specific needs. Whether you have a cavity, need an in-office dental implant or are curious about your dental health, we use the best materials and methods in our treatments so you can feel comfortable about your treatments and relaxed to be in the care of a compassionate dentist and staff. As a patient focused practice serving the communities all through Jefferson County, we’re honored to be the dentist you choose when you need professional care for yourself and your entire family. To make your first appointment or schedule a visit, give us a call at 920-563-9373!