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Dentures – Washington, PA

Custom-Made Solutions for Complete Smiles

Woman with dentures smiling

Whether you’re missing some of your teeth, most of them, or your entire smile, we can personalize dentures and partials to give you amazing results. We offer various options to treat a wide range of smiles. Dr. Barry Bartusiak takes pride in his ability to create natural looking smiles that boost confidence and quality of life for his patients. Keep reading to learn about the different types of dentures in Washington that we have to offer.

Why Choose Bartusiak Dental Care of Washington for Dentures?

  • High-Quality Materials
  • Experienced Team of Dentists
  • In-House Dental Implant Placement

Types of Dentures

Full set of dentures

In order to meet the needs of our patients, we offer 3 different types of dentures:

  • Partial dentures: This option is great for patients who are missing multiple teeth—consecutively or nonconsecutively. Using custom-made prosthetics, we can fill in the gaps of your smile like missing pieces of a puzzle. Your artificial teeth will typically be held in place using clasps.
  • Full dentures: For patients missing all or most of their teeth, full dentures can restore the entire visible portion of their smiles. We use a custom-made gum-colored based with artificial teeth attach to it. The denture is held in place with suction or even a little denture adhesive.
  • Implant-retained dentures: Unlike any other option, implant-retained dentures restore your teeth from the roots up, allowing for unmatched biting power, stability, comfort, and confidence. Using an average of 4 dental implants, we can anchor your dentures to your jawbone, letting you eat, speak, and smile with ease.

Dental implants are small titanium posts that are surgically placed in the jawbone to act as artificial tooth roots. They provide ultimate stability, but they also stimulate your jawbone to prevent it from deteriorating after tooth loss. Needless to say, this is the most beneficial tooth replacement we have to offer.

The Process of Getting Dentures

Woman smiling in dental chair during denture consutlation

The process of receiving your dentures will all depend on your smile and the type of restoration that you need. First, you’ll come into our dental office for a consultation, where Dr. Bartusiak will carefully examine your smile. He’ll check your oral health and the number of teeth you’re missing before making the right recommendation. If you have any preexisting health issues, he will treat those before starting treatment with dentures. After, you’ll be scheduled for implant surgery or an appointment to make impressions for your dentures. No matter what option, the end result is a full and beautiful smile.

Maintaining Your Dentures

Dentures in glass of water

You can enjoy your dentures for years to come with proper maintenance. Remember to soak your dentures in water or cleaning solution overnight to remove any tough plaque or bacteria. You can also brush your dentures with a soft-bristled toothbrush and room temperature water—hot water can permanently warp the composite resin.

Are you ready to get your full and beautiful smile back? Contact our dental office to get started on this life changing treatment.

Dentures Frequently Asked Question’s

Older couple with dentures smiling outdoors

If you’re curious about dentures in Washington, PA, you’ve come to the right place! Dr. Bartursiak wants his patients to have all the information they need to feel comfortable before investing in his dental services. That’s why he’s included the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about dentures. Read on to learn more!

What’s the Best Type of Denture for Me?

The only way to know the right denture for you is to visit our dental office for a consultation. Dr. Bartusiak offers partial, full, and implant-retained dentures, ensuring that he has an amazing solution for you. After getting to know you, your smile, and your desired results, he will recommend the best treatment option. For those looking for the most secure denture available, Dr. Bartusiak may combine dentures with dental implants to provide you with an incredibly stable set of teeth. If you’re only missing a part of your smile, he can use a partial denture to fill in the gaps like missing puzzle pieces.

How Long Do Dentures Last?

Dentures are designed to last for at least 5 to 7 years, but this will all depend on how well they’re cared for. Full dentures should be removed at night and placed in denture solution, which shakes loose plaque and food debris that collect on the prosthesis throughout the day. It’s also important to clean your gums and your denture. You can use a denture brush designed for your restoration, but if not, be sure that you’re using a nonabrasive toothbrush to avoid scratching the resin.

How Much Do Dentures Cost?

If you’re considering dentures, you may be wondering about the cost of your treatment. Because no two smiles are the same, the only way to receive a precise estimate is to visit Dr. Bartusiak for a consultation. He will carefully examine your mouth and the condition of your oral health before making the best recommendation. Typically, patients who benefit from dentures are those missing some, most, or all of their teeth. Keep in mind, if you have preexisting issues like gum disease, these problems will need to be treated before you can receive dentures.

How Will Dentures Affect My Life?

After getting dentures, there is a slight adjustment period, where your gums get used to the pressure of your prosthesis. You also may have difficulty pronouncing words at first, but this will get easier with practice. Once the adjustment period is over, wearing dentures will change your life in multiple ways. However, one of the most significant benefits that you’ll enjoy after getting dentures is a boost in confidence. If you were self-conscious about your smile in the past, you may hide it in social or professional settings, and you may even avoid speaking. However, dentures give you the full, healthy looking smile you deserve. They allow you to speak more clearly, and of course, you can show off your beautiful smile throughout the day.

If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to contact our dental office!