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Prothèses dentaires

Full vs. Partial Dentures

As the names imply, full dentures are used to replace a full set of teeth (whether it be upper, lower, or both sets). For their part, partial dentures are used to replace just those teeth that are missing. In collaboration with Nicholas Fournier DD and the Fournier Denturist Clinic, Chapel Hill Dental is proud to be a one-stop shop for all types of dentures.

What Is "Teeth-in-a-Day"?

The superior technology responsible for Teeth-in-a-Day has revolutionized dental prosthetics and allowed numerous patients to have a beautiful smile in a single appointment. This dental implant treatment has removed discomfort and long waiting times out of the equation, thus enabling patients to smile with confidence.

The one-day solution also presents economical advantages. Because the process is completed in a single appointment, costs are kept at a minimum. However, the actual question remains: how is this procedure possible in one single day?

How Does "Teeth-in-a-Day" Work

The Teeth-in-a-Day procedure involves placing four or more implants that will permanently secure the new teeth in place. In turn, the implants ensure comfort and durability of the dentures. Patients are able to enjoy their new set of teeth immediately after the appointment!

This new procedure delivers an unsurpassed comfort level. A stark contrast to the discomfort that denture wearers can experience with ill-fitting dentures. Unique, effective, and convenient, Teeth-in-a-Day can help you regain your health, confidence, and positive outlook on life.

Do We Fix Uncomfortable Dentures?

Absolutely! We understand the importance of properly fitted dentures. Most importantly, they help you eat, speak clearly, and maintain a healthy appearance. More than just uncomfortable or embarrassing, ill-fitting dentures actually present a myriad of problems that can be detrimental. Head aches, neck and back pain, digestive problems, diabetes, the list goes on. And did you know, ill-fitting dentures without symptoms are a common problem that is often overlooked?

So if your dentures are uncomfortable or if they don't fit properly, call or email us today. Your health and well-being is too important.

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