Dentures & Partial Dentures

Dentures & Partials in Fresno to Restore Your Smile

happy senior couple at homeRestoring your smile after significant tooth loss requires comprehensive treatment and a skilled touch. At the dental practice of Simerdeep Gill, DDS, we can provide just that! Our dentist and team know how missing teeth can impact your comfort, confidence, and daily life. We are proud to provide beautiful and resilient dentures and partials for our Fresno community.

Each restoration we offer is carefully designed to rebuild your smile while also improve your long-term dental health, function, and beauty. To discover your options, contact Dr. Simerdeep Gill to schedule a consultation and exam today!


What are Dentures?

woman holding denturesDentures are a kind of dental restoration that Dr. Gill may recommend to revive your smile after significant tooth loss. These prosthetics are tailored to your exact needs and come in many different types. Typically, dentures are made up of artificial teeth that rest on a pink acrylic base. These replacement options can use natural suction, adhesives, or metal clasps for support. They can also be attached to dental implants.

What Types of Dentures Do You Provide?

Our dentist has been helping to restore smiles with various denture options for many years. Dr. Gill provides restorations that only contain the safest, most natural-looking materials. She works with a trusted local lab to craft your custom denture.

You can find the following denture options available at our office:

Complete Dentures: Complete or full dentures are designed to restore all teeth lost in a smile. They replace an arch of missing teeth in the lower or upper jaws or both. These restorations include a full set of ceramic or porcelain teeth that rest on a body-safe, pink acrylic base that mimics healthy gum tissue. Conventional options are removable, so cleaning and oral hygiene is straightforward.

Partial Dentures: Partial denture restorations are often recommended when you still have some healthy teeth in your smile. Traditional options may use metal clasps attached to nearby natural teeth as anchors for support. Partial dentures are also removable, making care and cleaning easier.

Implant-Supported Dentures: Dr. Gill can also complete your smile with dentures supported by dental implants. Like traditional complete and partial dentures, these restorations look and feel entirely natural. They do not require natural suction, adhesives, or clasps for security. Our dentist can attach them to six or eight implants, depending on your needs.

Which Option is Right for Me?

The best way to discover which solution is right for you is to schedule a visit with Dr. Gill. She conducts thorough consultations and exams to determine your needs. There are several factors she considers when reviewing your options. These include how many teeth need replacing and the current health of your remaining teeth, gums, and jawbone.

We take dental x-rays to gain images of important dental structures and make precise recommendations based on all information gathered. Our dentist and team encourage you to voice your goals and concerns during consultations. These conversations are vital for our team to understand your needs and expectations completely.

What is the Denture Process?

dentures and dental x-ray on deskReceiving dentures involves various steps and may require multiple appointments. We take impressions of your smile to create a digital blueprint of your gums and remaining teeth. Our team then sends this information to the lab to craft and customize your denture to your unique smile.

Our dentist works closely with you to ensure the ideal shape, shade, and fit of your restoration before sending off any impressions. We will place and adjust your dentures at your final visit. By doing so, we can make sure your new prosthetic fits your smile comfortably.

What Benefits Can I Expect from Dentures?

Once you receive your new dentures, you can expect many advantages aside from replacing missing teeth. Expected benefits dentures provide may include:

  • Preserved facial muscles
  • Renewed self-confidence
  • Stabilization of nearby teeth
  • Improved biting, chewing & speaking
  • Enhanced aesthetics
  • Straightforward care & cleaning

Fresno Dentures & Partials FAQs

At the dental practice of Simerdeep Gill, DDS, we want to be your complete resource for everything related to dental care. We have compiled a shortlist of common questions our team receives when helping patients replace missing teeth with dentures in Fresno.

What Should I Expect with New Dentures?

As with any new dental appliance, dentures may feel a little odd for the first few weeks after placement. They may lead to an increase in saliva or changes in your speech as your mouth adjusts. Dr. Gill and our team recommend cutting food into smaller pieces and avoiding hot and hard foods until your gums acclimate to your new restoration.

How you clean your dentures depends on the type. Traditional restorations are removable, which means you should take them out of your smile and brush them properly. We recommend cleaning them after every meal, if possible.

Be sure to rinse thoroughly to get rid of any bacteria and food debris. You will need to soak your dentures at night after brushing. If you have implant-supported restorations, you may brush and clean as you would with natural teeth.

Dentures typically last from five to seven years. However, they may last longer with a diligent oral hygiene routine, proper care, and regular visits to our office for professional exams and cleanings. It is essential to understand that these restorations can wear over time and may eventually need repairs or replacement.

Revive Your Smile Today!

Dr. Simerdeep Gill and our team love helping individuals achieve a full smile once more with dentures and partials. No matter the reason for your tooth loss or the complexity of your situation, we can help! Our dentist has the skills, materials, and network to customize treatment to match your specific needs. Contact us to receive your new denture in Fresno today!


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