Dentures
Restore Your Bite With
Modern, Customized Dentures In Seattle

If you are missing most or all of your teeth, you may have concerns about wearing dentures. Like many patients, you may picture old fashioned, ill-fitting restorations. At Seattle’s Best Smiles, Dr. Mark Caggiano offers highly advanced restorations that can exceed your expectations.

Our dentures are made from the highest-quality materials, so they are both beautiful and durable. They are also exceptionally comfortable, and are made to fit with exacting precision over your gums or dental implants. To learn how you can benefit from our traditional or implant-supported dentures, contact our Seattle office today.

Today’s Advanced
Restorative Options

Dentures - seattlesbestsmilesDr. Caggiano uses advanced techniques and works with outstanding technicians to craft your customized dentures. Prior to their fabrication, he will utilize our State of the art “digital” panoramic “or CBCT” x-ray system to obtain a comprehensive view of your entire oral structure. Then he will take detailed impressions of your gums and remaining teeth. Using these images to create your custom denture ensures that your new dentures fit comfortably and blend beautifully with your smile.

When you have a tooth extraction performed, it’s sometimes possible to get a denture on the same day. This is known as an “immediate denture.” Not every patient is a candidate for immediate dentures, due to many factors regarding the reason for the extraction and the health of the gums and bone. If you’re interested in this option, discuss it with your dentist in Seattle before having your tooth removed.

Traditional Dentures

We offer both full and partial traditional dentures in Seattle. These restorations sit on a gum-colored plastic base, which fits over your alveolar ridge (the bone where your teeth used to be). Our dentures are made from the latest materials. They offer a lifelike sparkle, and your dentist in Seattle will select the color that looks most natural and matches any remaining teeth.

The artificial teeth in a denture may be made of composite resin (the same material that’s used in tooth-colored fillings and dental bonding) or porcelain. These are attached to a gum-colored base, which is custom-designed to fit comfortably in your mouth.

Full Dentures

For those who are missing all of their teeth, full dentures are one option. A full denture replaces an entire arch, so a complete set would include both an upper and a lower denture. The full denture is usually held in place through suction between the denture plate and the gum tissue, which provides enough security for many people. Denture paste can be used to provide extra adherence for your comfort and confidence.

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures, sometimes called removable bridges, replace several adjacent teeth. (When only one tooth is missing, a fixed bridge or a dental implant would be more commonly used.)

The partial denture is held in the mouth with metal clasps that fit around the remaining natural teeth. These clasps are carefully concealed for the most natural appearance. The denture can be easily removed for cleaning and while sleeping.

Implant-Supported Dentures

At Seattle’s Best Smiles, we proudly offer advanced implant-supported dentures. These restorations are the most stable type of denture available, and provide maximum durability and protection for your oral health. Learn more about implant-supported dentures.

Contact Seattle’s
Best Smiles

No matter what type of denture you select, we work tirelessly to ensure your complete satisfaction with your dentures in Seattle. Schedule your consultation today to learn more about our state-of-the-art restorative options, and also about how sedation dentistry can help you feel relaxed and calm when you visit the dentist.