Do you struggle with simple tasks like eating and speaking due to extensive tooth loss? If so, NÜVA Smile can help.
Our team offers top-of-the-line traditional and implant-supported dentures to replace your teeth and improve your quality of life.
With multiple office locations throughout New Jersey, restoring your smile has never been so easy.
Tooth Loss Is Nothing to Be Ashamed Of
Millions of adults in America are missing teeth. Even though tooth loss is not commonly discussed, it is very common. Some of our patients have put off treatment thinking that their smiles are beyond repair. This is virtually never the case. Our experienced dentists have seen it all and can surely find a solution for your smile.
Ready to Get Started? Visit NÜVA Smile Today
Our practice has over a dozen locations throughout New Jersey because patients trust us. We are committed to the highest standards of restorative dentistry and personalized service. Our team offers a range of premium denture options and can help you find the perfect solution for your needs. Get started today at a NÜVA Smile location near you.
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Types of Dentures
A full denture is intended for patients missing all of their teeth on the upper or lower jaw. It consists of a full arch of prosthetic teeth and a gum-colored acrylic base. A traditional full denture is removable and is fixed to your gums through suction and mild dental adhesive.
If you have some remaining healthy teeth, you may qualify for a partial denture. Rather than relying on suction to your gums, a partial denture uses a metal framework that clasps around your natural teeth. The clasps reduce mobility and help keep your prosthetic securely in place.
Implant-supported dentures are the most stable and natural-feeling option. The prosthetic teeth are anchored by titanium posts surgically placed in the upper and lower jaws. The implants act as artificial tooth roots, stimulating your oral tissues and keeping your gums and jawbone strong and healthy.
Choosing Your Denture
We believe that careful planning is the key to a successful, long-lasting denture. That is why our dentists use the latest technology to design and execute your treatment. We begin with a thorough examination of your oral structures with advanced 3D X-rays and digital imaging software. Once we accurately assess the condition of your mouth, we can determine which tooth replacement options are right for you.
Implant-Supported Denture Candidates
To Be in Good Oral Health
Other than tooth loss, you should have good oral health and strong gums. Gum disease can increase your chances of infection from implant surgery. Your dentist will check for signs of periodontal disease and provide treatment, if necessary, before moving on to your implants.
To Have Sufficient Bone Density
A healthy jawbone provides essential support for dental implants. If you have sustained jawbone recession from long-term tooth loss, you may require preliminary bone grafting. But in many cases, we can provide an alternative implant method known as All-on-4®, allowing you to skip preparatory treatments.
To Have No Increased Risks
Certain medical conditions like autoimmune disorders and uncontrolled diabetes can increase your risk for dental implant complications. Please go over your medical history in detail with your dentist so we can best ensure your safety during treatment.
What Is All-on-4?
Crafting Your Dentures
Our team works with some of the best certified dental labs in the country to produce quality custom restorations in just two weeks. Your denture can be handcrafted from a wide selection of natural-looking materials, including zirconia, porcelain, and IPS e.max®. We will explain all your options and help you design the perfect denture based on your needs and preferences.
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What Do Dentures Cost?
The cost of dentures varies widely based on the type of prosthetic and other customized aspects of your treatment. If you are looking for the most affordable option, we usually recommend traditional dentures. Removable full and partial dentures range from $700 to $3,000 on average, depending on the complexity of the restoration and the type of materials used. Implant-supported dentures are generally more expensive once you factor in the cost of implants, surgery, and prep work.
Get Your Personalized Cost Estimate
To find out the cost of your denture treatment, request a consultation at one of our NÜVA Smile locations. Our team will be happy to give you a personalized estimate and explain your various payment options, including CareCredit. If you have questions, you can send us a message or request a consultation today.
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We have multiple state-of-the-art offices throughout NJ. Get started on treatment at a location near you!
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