While all colloquiolly referred to as dentures, there are many options to put multipe missing teeth back.

Conventional dentures

Conventional dentures

A mainstay of dentistry, conventional dentures replace an entire arch of missing teeth and stay in place with the help of a suction cup effect and gravity.

Cast metal removable partial denture replacing 4 front teeth.

Partial dentures

Removable partial dentures replace some of the teeth in an arch and stay in place using metal retentive clasps and rests on the remaining, surrounding teeth.

Bottom view of an implant retained overdenture showing the retentive components.

Implant-retained overdentures

Using a system of o-ring like attachements or friction fit sliders, removable dentures can be made to attach to dental implants in a way that greatly increases how well they are retained in your mouth. It is a conventional denture with improved staying power.

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Fixed, full arch prosthesis sample.

Fixed, full-arch prostheses

Fixed, full-arch prostheses are supported by at least 4 implants. They go in your mouth and stay in, just like natural teeth. While the most expensive and complex, this is the most tooth-like replacement option available in modern dentistry.

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