Clermont Dentures

Clermont Dentures

If you are missing one or more teeth, Clermont Family Dentistry offers full and partial dentures as a restorative solution. Dentures are an affordable way to restore your smile, and this removable option will keep your teeth strong and healthy.

Call or visit today to learn more about full and partial dentures at Clermont Family Dentistry & Dentures today, and see if they are the right solution for you.

How Dentures Work – Understanding The Basics

Dentures are custom-made to fit your mouth and give you a natural-looking, healthy smile. After Dr. Mundi Buechele takes an impression of your mouth, a dental laboratory will create your dentures. Both full and partial dentures are usually constructed from acrylic resin or plastic, and they are built to be the same appearance, color, and shape of your natural teeth.

Partial dentures usually use metal wiring to attach to other healthy teeth, while “full arch” dentures sit snuggly on the gums. We also offer implant dentistry and restorations for qualifying patients. Instead of sitting on the gums, these dentures use dental implants to permanently attach to the gums and jaw.

Regardless of which type of denture is used, they all do the same thing. By replacing missing teeth, they allow you to eat, drink, and speak normally.

Dentures and Partial Dentures in Clermont

Full Vs. Partial Dentures

Partial dentures can be used as an alternative to dental crowns or bridges, to replace one or more missing teeth. They are attached to healthy teeth using a specialized wire framework.

The other most common type of denture is a “full arch” denture. These dentures replace all of the teeth of your upper or lower jaw.

Full dentures are usually required if oral care neglect, periodontal disease, or tooth decay has resulted in the loss of the majority of your teeth. This is because all remaining teeth must be extracted before full arch dentures can be placed.

Full dentures often take a few weeks to manufacture. However, “immediate” dentures are also available at our practice. When you get immediate dentures, your mouth is examined and dentures are manufactured before any of the remaining teeth are extracted.

Once the denture has been made, your teeth are removed, and your denture is delivered. This ensures that you can wear your dentures as soon as your mouth has healed from the extractions.

The Benefits Of Dentures

Dentures have a number of benefits that may make them right for you.

  • Affordable and covered by dental insurance – Dentures are more cost-effective compared to dental bridges and implants. In addition, they are almost always covered by major dental plans, making them even more affordable.
  • Prevents shifting – Partial dentures will help prevent teeth from shifting into empty sockets, which can cause bite problems, and lead to the development of crooked teeth.
  • One of the best ways to restore multiple missing teeth – Typically, dental bridges and dental implants can only be used to replace 2-3 teeth cost-effectively. If you are missing most of your teeth, dentures are one of the best ways to restore your smile quickly and affordably.

Contact Us For An Appointment Today!

Clermont Family Dentistry & Dentures specializes in high quality dentures in Clermont. It’s in our name, after all! Dr. Mundi Buechele is friendly, experienced, and highly knowledgeable about different denture options. If you need to replace one or more teeth, contact Clermont Family Dentistry & Dentures at (352) 242-1763, or feel free to come to our office at 12344 Roper Blvd, Clermont, FL 34711.

Clermont Family Dentistry & Dentures
Dr. Mundi Buechele
12344 Roper Blvd
Clermont, FL 34711
Our practice is conveniently located in Clermont, FL
Our Hours Monday:8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday:8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday:8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday:8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday:8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Smile enhancement can have dramatic results on your overall appearance; even the smallest step can boost your confidence, self-esteem, and make you want to smile more. With modern advances in dentistry, cosmetic procedures can range from a basic color correction to replacing missing teeth, and everything in between. At our Cleremont dental office we offer cosmetic dentistry which include:  dental implants, direct bonding, dental crowns, porcelain veneers, repairing chipped teeth, teeth whitening, tooth colored fillings.

Family Dentistry

If you're looking for a great family dentist in Clermont, at our dental office we can help you achieve and maintain a healthy smile that will serve you for life. At Clermont Family Dentistry, our family and general dentistry services include: exams and cleanings, dental fillingspreventative dentistry for children, root canal treatment, oral cancer screening, dental extractions, complete and partial dentures, laser dentistry.  Contact us today to schedule a dental appointment.

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