Restorative Dentures From Your Dentists In South Elgin & Sleepy Hollow

Are you hiding your smile because of missing or diseased teeth? At Brar Dentistry, your dentist in South Elgin and Sleepy Hollow, we can rejuvenate your smile with full and partial dentures! In as little as two visits, we can transform your oral aesthetic by giving you a smile you’ll love.

What are dentures?

There are two kinds of dentures: full and partial. Full dentures replace an entire row of missing or diseased teeth while partial dentures fill in individual areas with tooth loss.

Dentures are made to look, feel, and function like your natural teeth and are made with porcelain, resin, and/or metal. They can be removable or fixed, depending on your preference and our recommendations.

How will my dentures be made?

After our highly skilled dentist examines your mouth, your smile, and your bite, you’ll receive a recommendation on the best type of denture for you. From there, the process of creating your dentures will begin.

First, we’ll take an impression of your mouth. Then, we’ll use this model to design and create your dentures. Once they’re ready, you’ll come back in for a fitting and we’ll make any necessary adjustments to ensure that they fit snugly and comfortably.

Are dentures beneficial for anyone with one or more missing teeth?

Most people who have lost one, some, or all of their teeth are candidates for dentures. However, there are certain medical conditions that can make it difficult for people to wear dentures, such as gum disease.

If you’re considering full or partial dentures and are curious about whether they’re right for you, call Brar Dentistry in South Elgin and Sleepy Hollow today!

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  • Replace one or more missing teeth with a natural-looking restoration
  • Restore your smiling and speaking confidence
  • Enjoy eating the foods you love again
  • Avoid facial sagging issues caused by tooth extraction
  • Prioritize your oral health!

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