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  1. Aug 03,  · Dentures, also known as false teeth, are a type of dental prosthesis for people missing one, some, or all of their teeth. Fitting a denture to replace missing teeth usually helps patients with their eating and speech. It can also protect the remaining teeth, prevent the face from sagging and improve the patient's self-confidence.
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  2. Sep 18,  · When all your teeth are missing, a complete denture is used to replace them, whereas if only a few teeth need replacing, a partial denture or overdenture is used. Partial dentures can prevent your existing healthy teeth from shifting following tooth loss. Dentures are generally fabricated from acrylic resins. Partial dentures can also be madePhone:
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  3. A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Two types of dentures are available -- complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures are used when all the teeth.
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  4. A Maryland or resin-bonded bridge (with a false tooth and metal side wings that are bonded to the back of the adjacent/anchor teeth) can cost $1,$1, for one false tooth with two metal wings or $1,$3, with two false teeth.
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  5. Dentures & Extractions. Affordable Dentures are offered in a variety of denture styles that include full and partial dentures. Experienced dentists will help you find the best match for your needs. Availability of denture styles, Denture Satisfaction Guarantee and Denture Location: Raleigh, , NC.
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  6. The Affordable Dentures & Implants network has served more than six million dental patients since the first office opened nearly 40 years ago in Kinston, NC.
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  7. Jun 13,  · A denture is an artificial replacement for missing teeth and tissues in the mouth. It is the equivalent to what a prosthetic leg is to someone who has lost a leg. Because a denture offers a ‘false’ tooth, they are often referred to as false teeth. Why do you need dentures?
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  8. Dentures are used to replace teeth damaged by decay and periodontitis (gum disease). Due to advances in dentistry, a focus on preventative maintenance and widespread use of fluoride, the number of people with “false teeth” has rotdytanseretepharrisunsenasuck.coinfo: Marlo Sollitto.
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  9. False teeth cost Fake teeth using any of the above solutions with your dentist can cost up to $10, and in many cases up to $20, depending on how many teeth you need to replace. So - is there a comfortable, modern and affordable alternative to these options?
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