When looking for partial denture solutions and partial denture treatment options, Dental Solutions is a first choice for those in the Glendale area. Offering free consultations and accepting most kinds of insurance, Dental Solutions can work with you to help you find the partial dentures that you need.
What are partial dentures?
A partial denture is exactly as it sounds: a denture that is only partially filling in for your teeth. Partial dentures were created to act as prosthetic replacements for missing teeth, but not for tissue or for full teeth. Metal attachments are used to keep the partial dentures attached to your natural teeth.
Most patients receive partial dentures to correct gaps in their smile due to missing teeth or to maintain tooth alignment keeping teeth from shifting. At Dental Solutions, we offer free consultations to those seeking denture solutions at our Glendale, AZ dental office.
What types of partial dentures do you offer your patients?
We offer three different kinds of partial dentures for our patients: cast metal partial dentures, acrylic partial dentures, and flexi partial dentures.
Cast metal partial dentures are the strongest of the denture types. They are also not as bulky as the other partial denture types because of the metal framework used. These dentures are also the most like natural teeth.
Acrylic partial dentures are the most affordable partial dentures, but they are attached to your natural teeth with small metal clasps and as such feel bulky.
Flexi partial dentures are perhaps the most comfortable partial dentures that we offer, but they are not suited to all kinds of teeth and denture needs. The reason that they are often considered very comfortable is that they are very lightweight and do not have the metal clasps that are found in other partials.
To learn more about these types of partial dentures and other complete dentures, schedule a free consultation with Dental Solutions at our Glendale dental offices. At Denture Solutions, we offer the best quality care in the Glendale area and remain focused on providing patients with a comfortable, relaxing, informative, and helpful diagnostic session.