Dentures in Omaha &
La Vista, NE

An Attractive, Affordable Solution to Missing Teeth

Are missing teeth negatively affecting your lifestyle? We can help. If you’re in Omaha or La Vista, NE, and want to fulfill a complete smile once again, Dr. Mark Panneton and our team can provide you with dentures as a convenient and affordable restorative solution.

Dentures are an excellent solution for those who need to replace damaged or missing teeth. Not only do they provide a natural-looking appearance, but they also restore the functionality of your teeth, making it easier to chew and speak.

What Are Dentures?

Dentures are removable dental appliances that are designed to replace missing teeth. They’re typically made from acrylic resin, but some may also contain porcelain or other materials. Our patients favor dentures due to their natural-looking appearance and affordability. Best of all, the dentures process is fast and minimally invasive — you won’t have to undergo complex surgery or deal with a long recovery period. 

The Benefits of Dentures

Dentures offer many benefits beyond their cosmetic appearance. They can: 

  • Improve your ability to chew and speak
  • Enhance your facial features
  • Prevent further tooth loss
  • Boost your confidence and self-esteem

How Dentures Process Works

The denture process typically involves several visits to your dentist’s office. During your initial consultation, Dr. Panneton will examine your mouth and determine the best course of action. If you need to have any teeth extracted, this will be done first. Your dentist will then take impressions of your mouth to create a mold for your dentures.

Once the mold is created, your dentist will make any necessary adjustments to ensure a comfortable fit. Finally, Dr. Panneton will provide you with instructions on how to care for your dentures.

Caring for Your Dentures

It’s essential to properly care for your dentures to ensure their longevity and maintain good oral hygiene. You should clean your dentures daily with a soft-bristled toothbrush and mild soap or denture cleaner. It’s important to avoid using hot water, which can warp dentures, and to rinse them thoroughly after cleaning. Be sure to remove your dentures at night to give your gums a chance to rest and recover.

Frequently Asked Questions

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