Complete Dentures in Conway, AR

If you have lost multiple teeth, Dr. Greg Simon and Dr. David Riggs may recommend a complete denture to restore your smile and quality of life. Complete dentures replace an entire arch of teeth, giving you back normal oral function as well as restoring your smile. Call Dental Solutions of Central Arkansas, P.A. today at 501-327-2586 to learn more about complete dentures in Conway, Arkansas, and schedule a consultation with our dentists.

Complete dentures are an excellent solution for individuals who need to replace an entire arch of teeth. These versatile oral appliances are available for the upper or lower jaw, or even both arches, providing you with the opportunity to regain your smile and overall oral function. Crafted from prosthetic teeth securely set in an acrylic base, complete dentures are designed with your comfort and aesthetics in mind, enabling you to eat, speak and smile confidently.

The advantages of complete dentures are multifaceted, making them an attractive option for many:

  • Cost-Effective: Complete dentures offer a more budget-friendly approach to full-arch tooth replacement compared to alternatives like dental implants.
  • Aesthetic Appeal: These dentures provide a natural-looking final result, ensuring that your smile remains as beautiful as it is functional.
  • Swift Treatment: The process of acquiring complete dentures typically involves a shorter treatment time compared to other tooth-replacement options, allowing you to enjoy your new smile sooner.

There are a number of different types of complete dentures available, each designed to cater to specific needs:

  • Conventional Dentures: This traditional approach involves removing all teeth in the arch and allowing the mouth to heal before creating the denture. While highly accurate, you’ll be without teeth during the healing period.
  • Immediate Dentures: With immediate dentures, teeth in the dental arch are removed, and the denture is placed immediately. While this prevents you from being toothless during healing, adjustments or relining may be necessary as your mouth heals and oral tissues change.
  • Overdentures: Overdentures use existing teeth or dental implants to support the denture, providing stability and retention. These range from “snap-on” dentures to those fully supported and anchored by implants.

Our dentists will discuss your options with you during your initial consultation so you can make a fully informed decision about the type of dentures you receive.

To explore your complete denture options further and schedule a consultation with our experienced dentists, please don’t hesitate to contact our office today. We are committed to helping you achieve a functional and aesthetically pleasing smile that enhances your quality of life.