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Dentures – Federal Way, WA

Natural-Looking Full and Partial Tooth Replacements

If you have missing teeth, you know that the best thing that you can do to improve your quality life is to replace them with the help of a dental professional. But you don’t need just any tooth replacement—you need one that will last for years to come!

Your dentist in Federal Way, Dr. Beaty, only recommends that best of the best when it comes to dental care—that’s why we offer natural-looking and feeling dentures for our patients suffering from tooth loss. After all, we know that if your missing teeth are left alone for too long, your oral and overall health could suffer in multiple ways.

Why Choose Drew Beaty, DDS Family and Cosmetic Dentistry for Dentures?

  • Traditional and Implant-Retained Versions Available
  • Natural-Looking Materials for Better Aesthetics
  • Caring and Experienced Dentist

Why Should You Choose Dentures?

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For patients who have faced severe tooth loss, you know that you need an effective, permanent solution that can help you improve the look of your smile and overall quality of life. Even if you just have sporadic missing teeth, you should still replace them right away. Whatever the situation, it’s time to meet with Dr. Beaty and explore different types of dentures and how they can help you.

What Type of Dentures Are Right for You?

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Dentures are restorative prosthetics that are used to replace missing teeth. There are two types that can address different types of tooth loss.

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are best for patients that have missing teeth in various parts of their smile. The partial works to plug those gaps with your perfect prosthetic teeth.

Full Dentures

Full (complete) dentures are best for patients that face severe tooth loss and have lost a full arch of teeth. With a full denture, you can create a new natural-looking smile!

Your Dentist Will Help You Maintain Your Dentures

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When you choose to get your dental prosthetic from Dr. Beaty, you’ll gain a valuable professional resource that is there for you throughout the whole process. Maintenance is key to making sure that your denture lasts for years to come, and your dentist can help you by keeping it strong with these tips and excellent care in our office.

  • Brush the prosthetic using a soft-bristled denture toothbrush to remove lingering debris.
  • Avoid using toothpaste as it’s abrasive to the materials your dentures are crafted from.
  • Still maintain your remaining teeth (if there are any) by brushing and flossing.
  • If you have severe tooth loss, you must still massage your gums with a toothbrush.
  • Visit your dentist at least twice a year for dental checkups and professional cleanings.

Reclaim Your Life and Your Smile with Dentures from Dr. Beaty

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Although many people don’t want to face the fact that they’ve lost teeth, it’s important to replace them right away. Don’t delay as your oral health could be suffering! Call us today to schedule your appointment.

Denture FAQ’s

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Still have questions about dentures in Federal Way? Please don’t hesitate to contact our office if you have any specific concerns. However, we also know you may like to do your own research beforehand, which is why we’ve included the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about dentures below. Read on to learn more!

What is Life with Dentures Like?

Once you get your dentures, there will be a slight adjustment period. You may find it difficult to speak and eat during the first few days, but you’ll quickly get better with a little practice. At first, try eating soft foods in pre-cut, easy to chew bites. If you have trouble saying any words specifically, read them out loud in front of a mirror. In no time at all, you’ll be confidently smiling, chewing, and talking!

Can I Sleep with My Dentures?

Before going to bed, it’s vital that you take your dentures out and soak them in soaking solution or water over night. This keeps them moist, which maintains their shape, and it shakes loose food debris and bacteria from a day of use. Additionally, removing your dentures gives your gum tissue a break – wearing them for too long can cause irritation and soreness. Just be sure to store your dentures in a safe place where they can’t be easily knocked over.

What Should I Do if My Dentures are Loose?

If your dentures are loose, don’t adjust them or try to make any changes on your own. If you try to take matters into your own hands, there is a good chance that you’ll damage your prosthesis. Slipping dentures can be managed with denture adhesive, but if your smile is ill-fitting, contact our office right away. One of our experts will carefully examine your smile before making any necessary adjustments for a comfortable and nicely fitting set of teeth.

When Do I Need to Replace My Dentures?

The lifetime of your dentures will depend on how well you care for them. As long as you follow the proper steps for maintenance above, you’ll be able to enjoy your smile for at least 5 to 7 years. After, you’ll need to come into our office for a replacement. Over time, dentures will begin to lose their shape, which is why it’s important that we provide you with an updated prosthesis. Once you receive your replacement, you’ll notice your increased speaking and chewing confidence.  

Can Dental Implants Help My Dentures?

If you’re tired of shifting dentures and applying adhesive, there is a much more stable and permanent option. By combining dental implants with dentures, we can give you a full smile replacement that looks, feels, and functions just like your original one. The key lies with dental implants – small titanium posts that are surgically placed in the jawbone to act as artificial tooth roots. Titanium is biocompatible, which means the implants will fuse to your jawbone for ultimate stability. We can use an average of 4 dental implants to support your denture.