Dr. Dan Barrett
A Great Dentist

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Full & Partial Dentures

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Good oral health should certainly be a part of your life, but nobody expects you to be a dental expert. That’s why we’re here! No question is ever too small – if it’s important to you, it’s important to us!

At the office of Dan Barrett DMD, we want to answer your questions because the more information you have, the better equipped you will be to make confident decisions. We will always be honest and straightforward with you because you have the right to know what your options are.

Here are a few of the questions we hear most often. If you don’t see yours listed here, just give us a call or fill out our convenient online contact form.

Full & Partial Dentures

It’s important to replace a tooth that’s been lost to disease, decay, or trauma. Leaving an empty space in your mouth doesn’t help your appearance, and it’s not good for your oral health either.

At the office of Dan Barrett DMD, we offer several options for tooth replacement. But dental implants are the number one choice of doctors and patients alike because they offer so many benefits.

Unlike other tooth replacements, such as bridges or dentures, implants are a truly permanent tooth replacement. The titanium implant is placed securely in your jaw, where it will integrate naturally with surrounding bone and tissue. This means that the implant actually becomes part of your dental anatomy.

Dental implants are versatile and can be restored with a dental crown or attached to bridges or dentures for extra support. The presence of a dental implant in your mouth is also helpful because it prevents bone in the area of the missing tooth from deteriorating. Once a crown or other restoration is attached to the implant, you can enjoy a fully functional permanent tooth. The restoration may need to be replaced over time, but the implant will never need to be replaced.

There’s a lot to learn about dental implants, and we will be happy to spend some time talking to you about the ways they can benefit you. Please call our Reno, NV dental office to arrange a convenient consultation.

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