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Dentures – San Ramon, CA

Regain Your Confidence in Your Smile

Millions of Americans live with missing teeth. In fact, almost one in four people over the age of 65 has lost all of their teeth. Without them, you can’t chew, speak, or smile confidently. Dentures in our San Ramon, CA dental office are crafted by an expert denture dentist, Dr. Deol, and they will restore your smile, your self-esteem, and your health.

Why Choose Oak Ridge Dental for Dentures?

Full vs. Partial Dentures

Smile models with samples of partial and full dentures

Dentures replace all of the teeth on an upper or lower arch. They can be secured with adhesive or dental implants. A partial denture only replaces some of the teeth, fitting in line with existing teeth like a piece of a puzzle. Partials are secured with hidden clasps or implants and, like dentures, can be removed for easy cleaning.

The Process of Getting Dentures

Dental technician grafting custom denture

First, Dr. Deol will thoroughly examine your teeth and soft tissues to determine which kind of dentures are right for you. If you’re in good health and have adequate bone density, he may recommend implant-supported dentures—a modern alternative to removable dentures. Once all oral health concerns are resolved, Dr. Deol will begin the treatment process. He may take X-rays, impressions, and digital images. He will also discuss your aesthetic preferences. With dentures, we can control the size, shape, and color of your teeth. Dr. Deol will send all of the information he collects to a dental lab, where a technician will handcraft your custom dentures. Dr. Deol can provide immediate-load dentures while you wait for your permanent dentures to arrive.

Caring for Your Dentures

Older woman with dentures smiling

The life of your denture will depend on your personal hygiene and overall health. Over time, your dentures will experience natural wear and tear. For optimal comfort and stability, we recommend relining your dentures every two years. If you’ve had your denture for more than seven years, come in for a refitting to avoid serious damage to your mouth’s hard and soft tissues.

Dentures should be cared for like natural teeth. You should brush your dentures regularly to remove plaque and food deposits, and soak them over night in a denture-cleaning solution. It’s also important to brush your gums with a soft toothbrush and see us for hygiene visits and checkups at least twice a year.

If you have any questions about new or existing dentures, Call Oak Ridge Dental to schedule your denture consultation. Dr. Rashpal Deol has over 25 years of experience as San Ramon’s denture dentist. Our dental office serves patients from San Ramon, Danville, Dublin, Pleasanton, and surrounding areas.

Denture Frequently Asked Questions

Are you still wondering about dentures? If so, don’t hesitate to contact our dental office. Our friendly front desk staff is always ready to provide you with any specific information you’re curious about. However, we have also included the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions that we get about dentures. As a top-rated provider of dentures in San Ramon, we want to make it easy to learn more about this wonderful tooth replacement option!

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Which Type of Denture Do I Need?

We offer different types of dentures depending on your pattern of tooth loss. The only way to know which option is best for you is to visit our dental office for a consultation. Our denture expert, Dr. Deol, will carefully examine your mouth, looking for any preexisting dental issues. He will also discuss your personal goals before developing a personalized treatment plan that includes the type of dentures you’ll need. Usually, those missing multiple teeth randomly throughout their smile will be recommended partial dentures, while patients missing all or most of their teeth will need full dentures. We can also combine dental implants with dentures for a stabilized full smile replacement.

What Should I Do if My Dentures are Sliding Around?

Does your denture slip and slide when eating or speaking? You can secure it with denture adhesive. However, your prosthesis may need adjusting, so it’s always a good idea to contact our dental office. Dentures rely on suction to your gums to stay in place, which is why they can cause irritation when they fit poorly. For a more permanent solution, we can use dental implants to anchor your denture to your jawbone. This treatment option is more extensive, but it provides you with the most strong, beautiful, and lifelike full smile replacement available.

What is Life with Dentures Like?

Once you get dentures, there is a slight adjustment period where you must get used to eating, speaking, and smiling with your new set of teeth. Certain words may be more difficult to say than others, but this can be corrected by practicing your speech in front of a mirror. When eating, start with small bites of softer food. Cut yourself some slack because chewing may seem a bit strange at first. After a few weeks, you’ll be using your dentures without a second thought!

Can I Sleep with My Dentures In?

It’s vital that you take out your dentures every night before sleep. Soak them in soaking solution or water to shake loose food debris and plaque from your day of eating. This step also prevents your dentures from drying out, which causes them to lose their shape and even break. Your prosthesis can’t be worn during sleep because your mouth gets too dry, plus your gums need a break from the base of your dentures.

If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to contact our dental office and speak with one of our friendly front desk staff members. We are always ready to help!

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