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Apex Medical Park
1021 W. Williams Street
Suite 101
Apex, NC 27502
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Our Services

What we do for your Comfort

Prosthodontics - Partials

Partials replace large groups of teeth

What are partials?

  • A partial "plate" is a denture that replaces multiple teeth in one piece.
  • They can be made of plastic or a combination of plastic and metal.
  • These must be taken out at night.
  • Partials can be uncomfortable, especially on the bottom.
  • They can be food traps.

Patient Education Center
Visit our Patient Education Center to learn more on the "restoring teeth" tab.

 

Our Goals

  • Give a more beautiful smile if many teeth are missing.
  • Restore chewing and speech
  • Prevent the drifting of teeth

What are my options?

  • Dental implant bridges & single implants – Implant bridges and single implants can be used to replace multiple missing teeth with the need for a removable partial denture.
  • Bridges – These can be used only if there are a few teeth missing. Longer bridges are more risky and prone to failure.
  • Bridges & implant combination – There are many ways to effectively replace teeth with a combination of options with implants and bridges.
  • Alternatives to Partial Dentures - Some of the alternatives to a partial denture are: bridges implants dentures delaying treatment In some cases, bridges are an alternative to partial dentures. Sometimes, when we don't have enough teeth to place a bridge, we can solve the problem.
  • A Two-Implant Bridge - Restoring the mouth with implants and a dental bridge is accomplished in two phases. The first phase is the surgical placement of the implants. They are left under the gums for several months while the bone attaches to them. After healing, the second phase.

 


  • Patient Education Center

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