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Jaffe Dental Group

Customized Dentures in Brownstown Charter Twp., MI

If you have lost teeth due to injury, gum disease, or decay, dentures can restore the functionality and beauty of your smile. Our expert team will provide you with the comprehensive solution you need to maintain proper facial structure, prevent facial sagging, restore your speech, and allow you to feel confident once more.

The team at Jaffe Dental Group will guide you through the entire process, providing you with compassionate and effective care.

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Picking the Right Dentures For You

Every mouth is unique, and our range of denture offerings reflects that. We offer three main denture solutions at our Brownstown Charter Twp., MI, office:

Full Dentures

Full dentures are often the best choice when the loss of natural teeth occurs due to periodontal disease, tooth decay, or injury. These dentures replace your entire smile, restoring your confidence and allowing you to enjoy your favorite foods again.

Removable Partial Dentures

For patients missing several teeth, removable partial dentures are a great fit. This option is attached between your remaining natural teeth, creating a seamless and attractive smile while restoring your ability to chew effectively.

Implant-Supported Dentures and Partials

This solution provides maximum versatility, allowing for permanent fixation or easy removal. These solutions rejuvenate your smile and contribute to improved dental health, ensuring stability and comfort. Call today to discuss which denture option is right for you.


What to Expect When Getting Dentures

When getting dentures at Jaffe Dental Group, you can expect a carefully tailored process spanning several weeks. We start by taking precise impressions and measurements of your mouth, allowing us to craft your custom device. During this period, you’ll have multiple “try-in” appointments to refine the denture’s shape, color, and fit, ensuring it looks natural and feels comfortable.

At the final appointment, your dentist securely places the completed denture. Initially, you might experience increased saliva flow, slight soreness, or challenges in speech and chewing as your muscles and tissues adapt. However, these issues will gradually fade with time. To maintain your dentures, practice good oral hygiene, and attend regular dental check-ups. These steps will ensure your dentures’ longevity and continued functionality, allowing them to serve you well for years to come.

Frequently Asked Questions

Commonly Asked Questions About Dentures

The materials used in your dentures will vary depending on your chosen type. All options generally involve three main parts: acrylic, metal, and plastic. Your dentist will be happy to go into further detail and answer any questions you may have.

Using a special brush and paste is essential to maintain your dentures. Your dentist will carefully explain this process to you after your procedure. When not in use, be sure to store dentures in a denture bath. Avoid using regular toothpaste, as this may cause permanent damage.

Dentures last between 5-15 years, depending on which type you go with.

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