Dentures in
Revere

Dentures represent a highly effective method for treating severe tooth loss. At Broadway Dental, we offer high-quality dentures that look natural and allow patients to confidently chew and speak.

Dentures in Revere
Dentures in Revere

Dentures are artificial teeth supported by a gum-colored base. These devices are specifically designed to provide the same appearance and function of natural teeth. By receiving dentures from Broadway Dental, a patient suffering from severe tooth loss will be able to chew food with ease and smile proudly.

The dentures we provide are custom-designed using the finest materials available. This ensures that they provide a natural look and excellent performance. Broadway Dental offers fixed dentures and denture stabilization. Our dental care experts are happy to consult with any patient suffering from severe tooth loss and help them determine the best dentures for their unique needs.

What are dentures?

Dentures are prosthetic teeth secured to a gum-colored base. These devices are used by patients who need to replace a complete top or bottom row of missing teeth. Our dentures are of the highest quality, and they are very effective in treating severe tooth loss.

What are the benefits of dentures?

By using dentures, a patient will obtain the benefits of having a complete set of healthy teeth. This means that they will be able to smile normally and chew food with confidence. Dentures can also prevent problems associated with tooth loss, including bite imbalances, facial structure loss, jawbone deterioration and more.

How are your dentures supported?

All of the dentures we provide are supported using dental implants. A dental implant is a medical-grade titanium structure that is inserted into the jawbone to secure replacement teeth. Dental implants perform the same functions as natural tooth roots, which allows the dentures to feel more natural. Additionally, the implants will help ensure that the dentures never fall out or come loose.

What are fixed dentures?

Fixed dentures are permanently secured dentures that are held in place using dental implants. A set of fixed dentures can never be removed once it has been installed. The recipient will care for their fixed dentures just like they would for natural teeth. The fact that they can never be taken out can help a patient view their dentures as “real” teeth. Our fixed dentures can last a lifetime with proper care.

What is denture stabilization?

Denture stabilization is a method for supporting a set of removable dentures. This technique involves using permanently installed dental implants to keep a set of removable dentures held in place when they are in use. These dentures can be taken out at night for easy cleaning at and then re-inserted in the morning for regular use. This way, the user will receive the best aspects of both fixed dentures and removable dentures.

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Can't say enough good things! They were super friendly on the phone and had an immediate appointment available. My appointment went smooth and quick and everything was explained to me in detail along with my options. I never once felt pressured or uncomfortable. All my questions were answered honestly and they made sure I understood everything. Everyone I came in contact with was professional and friendly! Thankful to not have to dread my next dental appointment!

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Staff is AMAZING. Friendly, courteous and professional. Atmosphere is relaxed and nice wall art. :)

Susan S.

I had extensive damage to my jaw and teeth after a nearly fatal auto accident. I feel lucky to have found Dr. Robbins & his excellent staff, who have consistently shown the utmost patience and understanding with my situation and the major reconstructive process involved. I highly recommend Dr. Robbins at Broadway Dental for as enjoyable a dental experience as possible as he & his team take the time & due diligence to make sure their clients literally have something to smile about!
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