Full & Partial Dentures in Odessa, FL

Is your smile being plagued by missing teeth and unsightly gaps? At Spring Haven Dental, we offer beautiful, affordable dentures to help get your smile back to its former glory. With improved technology and techniques, dentures are now more comfortable than ever before. Call to schedule your consultation with our professional team today!


Benefits of Dentures

There are several reasons patients are choosing dentures over other resotrative methods. Among the most notable are that they:

  • Allow for easier speaking and eating
  • Boost your confidence
  • Improve your smile’s appearance
  • Last up to 15 years with proper care
  • Support your facial structure
  • Restore the function of your smile

Full Dentures

Full dentures are used to replace an entire upper or lower arch of teeth. Your prosthesis consists of a gum-colored acrylic base with false teeth attached. This type of denture is attached to the gumline with a dental adhesive to prevent any slipping, clicking, or falling out.

Partial Dentures

For patients who still have a few teeth remaining in their gumline, partial dentures can be used to restore their smile. Partial dentures also consist of false teeth attached to an acrylic base, but they’re held in place by metal clips that attach to the surrounding teeth.

Dentures FAQs

How should I clean my dentures?

After each meal, your dentures should be removed and brushed to rid them of any remaining food particles. At night, remember to remove your dentures and soak them in water or a denture solution.

How should dentures fit in my mouth?

Each patient’s gumline is unique and your dentures will be designed to conform to your mouth. As a general rule of thumb, your dentures should fit easily over the gumline without causing you any discomfort.

How long does it take to get dentures?

The process of getting dentures takes place over the course of several weeks. Your first appointment will consist of creating your custom treatment plan, discussing your financial options, and mapping out your treatment timeline.