Reclaim Your Smile With Dentures
Tooth loss can make many aspects of life more difficult. Eating, speaking, and smiling should be easy and at Rogler Family Dentistry we understand how frustrating it can be when they aren’t. That’s why we’re proud to offer a variety of options for custom-made dentures. We want you to smile proudly again and feel great showing off your full set of natural-looking teeth.
Our dentures are made of a durable dental-grade resin designed to fit comfortably and ensure excellent function. Whether you’re missing a few teeth or an entire set, Dr. Rogler and our experienced team at Rogler Family Dentistry have a customized solution.
Read on below to learn about dentures and see how we can help you regain a fully functioning, stunning smile.
Why Choose Full or Partial Dentures?
Dentures are ideal for patients who need an affordable way to restore their smiles. There are many reasons why patients in New Jersey and surrounding areas choose dentures. Dentures offer numerous advantages, some of which include:
Quick and minimally invasive procedure
Types of Dentures
Rogler Family Dentistry offers both full and partial denture solutions that’ll have you back to beaming with a full smile in no time. Our options include:
Partial dentures are often recommended for patients with some healthy, natural teeth remaining in a set. Dr. Rogler will customize a set of partial dentures to fill the gaps in your smile. Partial dentures are constructed using small hooks that use your natural teeth as anchors to keep them fastened throughout your day.
Conventional Full Dentures
Conventional full dentures involve removing your remaining teeth and allowing the tissue time to heal before placing dentures. The healing process can take a few months, and you’ll be without teeth during this time before your comfortable, conventional full dentures are placed.
Immediate Full Dentures
Before your teeth are removed, Dr. Rogler, DMD will take measurements and create dentures that are customized for you. He’ll then place the dentures in-office on the same day. Immediate dentures are a great option, though they will require follow-up appointments. As your jawbone changes shape over time and fully heals, your dentures will need to be refitted and retightened.
Candidacy for Dentures
To be a candidate for dentures, a patient only has to meet some simple criteria. If you’re missing most or all of your teeth on the top or bottom jaw and desire a smile that’s full and functional then it’s likely that dentures are a good tooth replacement option for you. Many patients who do not have the adequate jawbone density for implant-supported dentures get full or partially placed dentures as well.
Frequently Asked Questions
What type of dentures are right for me?
We recommend scheduling an initial consultation with Dr. Rogler so that he can be able to determine which type of dentures are right for you. He’ll evaluate your oral health while taking digital scans of your teeth to create a fixture that’s customized to blend in seamlessly with the rest of your smile. The type of dentures you’ll receive will also depend on how many of your natural teeth are missing as well as your personal smile goals.
Are dentures comfortable to wear throughout the day?
Dentures are designed to fit perfectly in your mouth since your dentist will take multiple impressions of them before designing your fixtures. That means you’ll rarely notice them during your day-to-day life. Since dentures are made to attach perfectly along your gum line, you won’t have to worry about them shifting out of position as long as you properly care for them. Our office will provide you with instructions on how to place them for optimal function.
What happens if my dentures are damaged?
We encourage you to contact our Long Valley office immediately by calling (908) 850-0506 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Rogler if your dentures are damaged. We’ll assess the condition of your dentures and determine the best course of action. Please don’t try to repair your dentures on your own, as it may result in further damage.
Will insurance pay for dentures?
Most insurance companies will cover a portion of dentures since they are considered a necessary medical treatment. If you have any questions regarding your policy, it’s best to call our office at (908) 850-0506 so that one of our team members can assist you with understanding your coverage. During your consultation with Dr. Rogler, he’ll be able to help determine what type of denture you need as well as a cost estimate.
Get Your Smile Back Today
Dentures are a reliable and affordable option for replacing the spaces in your smile and improving your ability to eat and speak comfortably. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Rogler and our team today. Call (908) 850-0506 or contact us to speak to a helpful team member.