At Carolina Dentistry and Dentures, we’ve combined our office with Carolina Dentures to provide the patients with a full offering of same day dental and denture lab services. Having a lab on-site means you can expect a better outcome and faster turn-around time as the clinical team and lab are only steps away. Further, we can reduce the cost to you, by removing the middle-man and multiple shipping charges.
Dentures have made vast improvements in the last several years due to better dental technology. Now, your false teeth can function like the natural teeth you lost. The hard and soft tissues in the mouth support dentures, holding them in place and providing strength.
Conventional, or “full,” dentures may be the perfect option for you if you are missing all of your top or bottom teeth. With full dentures, you can get a great looking smile that doesn’t look artificial. Instead of feeling like you’re wearing false teeth, your dentures will feel like a natural part of your smile.
If you choose conventional dentures, we will fit them in your mouth to make sure they are the appropriate color, shape, and size for you.
If you still have some of your original teeth, partial dentures may be best for you. Partial dentures attach to the natural teeth with a metal framework. They are custom made to match your natural teeth so they won’t look out of place.
It may be difficult to decide what steps to take if you have missing teeth, but here are a few reasons you should consider choosing dentures:
When you lose teeth, you may feel unsure of what steps to take to get your smile back. Is it even possible to have a full, healthy smile again? With dental crowns and bridges from Carolina Dentistry and Dentures, it is! We offer multiple types of crowns and durable dental bridges to help restore your smile.
Dental crowns are meant to restore what has been lost. A crown, also known as a “tooth cap,” can cover a damaged tooth, as well as a dental implant. The dental tooth crown is permanently bonded to the natural tooth, providing restoration and protection.
Dental crowns are often used to help with these issues:
Grinding teeth at night is something you may never have realized but the symptoms are pretty evident:
A night guard assists by preventing the teeth from contacting overnight when the grinding forces are the most severe. Further, the night guard can reduce snoring and promote a healthier sleep pattern. Further, the night guard acts as a preventative device protecting your existing teeth as well any dental work you have had done that may be prone to overnight grinding damage.
Our on-site lab can work with you to create a custom night guard for you while you wait. The process involves a diagnosis from the doctor, followed by impressions of your mouth. We’ll send it to the lab for processing the most suitable type of night guard that fits your needs.