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Don’t Let Missing Teeth Hold You Back from Enjoying This Holiday Season!

December 1, 2019
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Posted By: Sarasota Dental Arts
Missing Tooth Patient | Sarasota Dental Arts

Living with missing teeth becomes an even more significant challenge when you are trying to enjoy all the festivities of the holiday season. Eating those delicious meals with your family can be difficult when you can’t chew with ease, not mention all the photos your friends and family may take that have you hiding your smile.

Wouldn’t it be the greatest gift to yourself to restore your smile (and your confidence) this holiday season? The good news is that there’s still time, and a partial denture in Sarasota, FL may be just the solution you need.

What Is a Partial Denture in Sarasota, FL?

A partial denture allows you to restore multiple missing teeth, while also letting you keep and maintain the healthy teeth you still have remaining.

A partial is a removable appliance that has artificial teeth strategically placed to fill in the gaps in your smile. High-quality porcelain is used to create the pontics (artificial teeth) for your partial because it can be customized to match your surrounding teeth and blend naturally with your smile. Your partial uses metal or plastic clasps as anchors and fits much like a retainer.

You can easily remove your partial for cleaning at night, and you should soak it in a solution while you sleep to eliminate plaque or bacteria buildup.

Am I a Candidate for a Partial Denture?

Sarasota dentist, Dr. Kaya Aygen, has helped numerous people restore their smiles with partial dentures. He would love to discuss your options with you. Better yet, if you schedule your evaluation with Dr. Aygen now, it may only be a matter of one or two weeks before you can start enjoying your new smile and the confidence it brings.

If you’d like to learn more about partial dentures in Sarasota, contact our dental office today at (941) 927-8287 to schedule your evaluation.

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