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Losing one tooth is difficult enough, but many people have the experience of losing entire rows or all of their teeth. In these cases, not only does it become difficult to feel comfortable with your smile, but daily activities like chewing and speaking can become a challenge. At TruGlo Modern Dental, we are proud to provide dentures in Calabasas as a solution for patients experiencing the effects of tooth loss. Take the first step toward rebuilding your smile today, and contact us for an appointment to see if dentures are right for you.
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Dentures in Calabasas

What are dentures?

Dentures are a classic tooth loss solution best for patients missing a larger number of teeth. They come in two varieties: partial and full. Partial dentures are best for patients missing several teeth in either the upper or lower jaw but who still have some of their natural teeth. Full dentures are what most people picture when they think of dentures, as they replace an entire row (top or bottom or both) of teeth.

Dentures allow patients not only to restore the appearance of their smile but to once again eat, speak, and chew with ease and comfort. Also, both partial and full dentures can be made to be implant-supported dentures. This specialized type of denture can be affixed to dental implants for added stability while still being easy to remove for cleaning and maintenance.

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Benefits of dentures

  • Restore your smile to a full set of teeth
  • Regain ease of chewing, speaking, eating
  • Improve facial shape
  • Easy to remove and clean
  • Custom-made sets for a natural look
  • Long-lasting solution to tooth loss



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When do you need dentures?

If you are missing multiple teeth, an entire row of teeth, or all of your teeth, then dentures may be the right solution for you. The first step is to come in for a consultation visit with our dentures specialist. During this meeting, we will complete a full exam of your mouth and discuss your available options. If you have more minor tooth loss, then we may recommend dental bridges or dental implants instead.

We recommend seeking out treatment sooner rather than later, as prolonged periods of tooth loss can lead to gradual shifts in your jaw structure, including bone mass loss. This process can eventually change the shape of your jaw. With dentures, you can stall this process while also regaining a full smile and a set of completely functional teeth.

Getting dentures: Overview of the process

Receiving dentures is typically straightforward, though it can require a few visits to your office. The first visit typically involves a consultation and examination of your mouth. If dentures are a good solution, then we can move on to repairing your mouth. This may involve removing severely damaged teeth or treating any active infections. If you are going to have implant- supported dentures, then we will need to place your implants, which is done in a relatively quick surgery at our office.
Once your mouth is ready, we can take impressions of it, which we send to the lab where a custom-made set will be made for you. The last visit is for a fitting once your dentures are ready. If they fit well, then you can leave our office with a brand-new set of teeth. Remember, it can take some time to get used to your dentures in the first couple of weeks. However, we will gladly see you for follow-ups to make adjustments if there is significant discomfort or issues with using your new teeth.

How long do dentures last?

Every set of dentures we provide is made from high-quality materials that are resistant to wear and tear. However, no replacement tooth can be as durable as our natural teeth. Wear and tear are normal and can gradually accumulate over the years for your dentures. Still, most patients will be able to get about 5 to 10 years out of each set of dentures with proper care and maintenance. If your dentures begin to become warped, you can always get a new set in the future to keep your smile full.
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Does insurance cover this tooth replacement?

Yes! Most dental insurance will cover at least a portion of the cost of dentures. This is considered a major and necessary procedure, so a common amount of coverage is about 50% of the total costs. However, be sure to check with your insurance provider to double-check your coverage. We also gladly work with patients to explore financing options for dentures.


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Book your appointment

Take a step toward restoring all of your missing teeth today and book your appointment with us for dentures in Calabasas. By restoring your smile, you preserve your oral health and return your smile to its full function and beauty. Call our office or use our online form to contact us and start working with an unforgettable dentists at TruGlo Modern Dental.

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23622 Calabasas Rd Suite 148
Calabasas, CA, 91302