Dentures Call For Lifelike Replacement Teeth
  • Pair your dentures with implants for more stability
  • Rely on your dentists’ years of experience
  • Enjoy having a full mouth of teeth again

Smile Boldly With D’Iberville Dentures

Some people have a negative image of dentures, especially if they grew up watching their grandparents fumble around with their old-fashioned “false teeth.” However, times have changed, and so have D’Iberville dentures. Today’s dentures are better than ever, thanks to advances in materials and manufacturing. Custom dentures from Back Bay Family Dentistry offer you all these benefits:

  • Stable teeth that you won’t have to worry about slipping out of place
  • An attractive smile that others will notice
  • The ability to enjoy many foods you’ve been avoiding due to lack of teeth
  • A younger, healthier, and more vibrant appearance
  • Improved oral health and total body health
  • Easier digestion through more complete chewing

It’s time you showed off a complete smile again! Call Back Bay Family Dentistry today at 228-220-2117 to schedule your dentures consultation. We’re easy to find, located not far from the intersection of I-10 and I-110.

Modern Dentures Give You Something to Smile About

Stats Image Nearly 10% of people in the U.S. have no teeth. Source.
If you haven’t tried custom dentures in a while – or ever – now is a great time to do so. Our modern dentures give you all your teeth back and let you show others a stunning smile. You can also enjoy a wider variety foods. For the best results, pair your dentures with dental implants. You’ll get a superior experience from this type of denture. You’ll never fear that your teeth will slip or pop out, since implants will hold them securely in place.

We offer two types of implant dentures:

  • Implant-Retained Dentures – Your new teeth will be anchored to a set of dental implants using a system of snaps and balls. They’ll stay in place until you pop them out for daily cleaning and care.
  • Implant-Secured Dentures – We’ll secure your dentures to a sturdy metal bar that is attached to dental implants. You won’t have to remove these teeth for cleaning each day. They are designed to be removed only by your dentist. Just brush and floss as usual.

We also offer conventional dentures on a case-by-case basis. You can get full dentures to replace complete arches of teeth or partial dentures if you have some healthy teeth remaining.

For dentures in D’Iberville, Back Bay Family Dentistry can take care of your needs! Call us today at 228-220-2117 to schedule a consultation. You can also schedule an appointment online.

Common Questions About Dentures

Who might need dentures?

If you lose all or nearly all your teeth, dentures might be a good choice for you. We offer dentures in several styles. You can choose conventional dentures in either full or partial arches. For more security, you can also stabilize your dentures using dental implants. These teeth give you superior comfort, and you won’t have to worry about them slipping out of place.

How much do dentures cost?

The final cost of your dentures will depend on many factors, including the type of dentures you choose, the material the dentures are made from, and the condition of your mouth. We encourage potential dentures patients to schedule a consultation so we can perform an exam, take a set of X-rays, and go over your options with you.

When do dentures need to be relined?

When you lose teeth, you also lose their roots and the stimulation they provide to your jaw. Without this stimulation, your bone shrinks. You can lose up to 25 percent of your bone density in the first year alone. When bone shrinks, it affects how your dentures fit. You’ll need periodic relinings so they will continue to fit properly. Dental implants keep you from losing bone density, so they’re worth considering if you’re concerned about loose dentures.

Which is better: dentures or implants?

Conventional dentures cost less than dental implant dentures. However, some of the benefits of implants may make it worth the added cost. For instance, dental implants will keep you from suffering the bone loss that causes your jaw to shrink, giving you an older appearance and making it more difficult to keep your dentures in place. They can also last a lifetime.

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