Dentures, in the past, were less comfortable or natural looking than modern versions. If you are missing several teeth, or a full arch, dentures can dramatically improve your quality of life and your appearance. Newer techniques, including implant dentures, allow the dentures to be sturdily attached to the implant, so they stay in place, never slipping when you eat, talk, smile, or laugh.

An added benefit is that the dentures are more comfortable, as they do not slip on your gums, which can cause irritation or discomfort. Standard dentures have also advanced in quality, and whether you choose implant dentures or standard dentures, you can expect a far superior result than was possible in earlier times.

Types of dentures

  • Immediate dentures: After teeth have been removed, immediate dentures can be placed. These are temporary, and typically require adjustments as your gums heal. Once your gums have fully healed from the extractions, a customized set of comfortable dentures is crafted specifically to match your gums and mouth shape.
  • Overdentures: These dentures are held in place by implants. The implants are placed first, and allowed to heal, after which custom dentures are attached to the implants. 
  • Full dentures: For those who have lost all their natural teeth removed. These dentures are customized to suit the patient once the gum tissues have fully healed from any extractions. 
  • Partial dentures: These dentures replace one or more lost teeth. The replacement teeth are attached to a base that matches your gum color, and act as a removable bridge. A good alternative to a bridge, these appliances fill in any gaps, and allow you to chew food, speak, and laugh without worry.
  • All-on-four implant dentures: If you have bone loss on the jawline, and need a complete set of teeth replaced, all-on-four dentures replace all of the teeth on the upper or lower jaw, or both. Four implants are placed, upon which the dentures are secured, and are not removable (except by your dentist). The end result is a perfect set of teeth that functions like natural teeth, and do not slip or fall.

Ladone Family Dental your source for comfortable dentures

At Ladone Family Dental, you will be under the care of a father-daughter team of board-certified dental professionals. The practice is not only a family practice, but we will treat you with the level of care we would give our own family members! We are focused on delivering a superior level of support and care, and we are focused on ensuring you are completely comfortable during treatment. 

With more than 30 years of experience and ongoing education to stay abreast with the latest developments in modern dentistry, we offer our patients a range of options for comfortable, long-lasting dentures, whether standard removable dentures, or implant-supported dentures. We work closely with every patient to select the most appropriate option for appearance, comfort, and budget. We also offer financing to allow you to pay for your treatment over time. We treat patients throughout the Western Suburbs, including Naperville, Lisle, and Wheaton.

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Traditional dentures vs. implant dentures

Every person is different in personality, appearance, and needs. When it comes to our dentures in Naperville, several factors must be considered. Some people are not good candidates for implants, due to a medical condition, cost, or are not interested in going through the implant process. In these cases, traditional dentures are often the best option. For patients who are good candidates for implant supported dentures, you should consider these dentures as an option. You may require only a bridge, an implant supported bridge, or all-on-four implant dentures that will remain sturdily in place, and function just like your natural teeth. We are here to help you make the decision that best suits your wishes and budget and offer all the options available.

Restore your smile after tooth loss with custom dentures.

A wide, confident smile is an important factor in your overall appearance, and your self-image. If you have suffered tooth loss due to decay, a medical condition, or trauma, we understand that you need help from a compassionate dental professional who will work with you, as an individual, to restore your smile – and we gain great personal joy in seeing our patients living happier, more confident lives.

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