In our O’Fallon dentist office, we understand that patients suffering from tooth loss not only need to regain functional smiles; they also need to feel confident about their smiles again. Dentures can be a great option for patients with missing teeth, but it’s important for you to know that not every denture is the same. We are proud to offer the Geneva 2000 denture to our patients—these dentures deliver exceptional aesthetic and functional results.
Dentures are designed to sit on top of the gum tissue, and replicate the appearance of natural teeth. Dentures are also strong enough to allow patients to chew while wearing them. Patients can use dental adhesive and/or mini dental implants to keep their dentures stable.
The Geneva 2000 denture is designed to enhance the patient’s overall appearance.
· These dentures have different tooth shapes to suit the patient—there are tooth shapes for both males and females.
· Your dentures will also be shaded to suit your overall appearance, and to blend with your natural teeth. You do not have worry about your dentures appearing fake or cartoony in your mouth.
· The ersatz gum tissue is designed to look multi-dimensional and natural.
· Each denture is made with comfortable and start-of-the-art chewing surfaces. This facilitates easy speaking and eating for the patient. Since one of the most common complaints among denture wearers is that their dentures move around during eating, this is a crucial aspect of the design.
Geneva 2000 dentures can restore both the appearance and the functionality of your current smile. Our O’Fallon denture dentists are here to help you understand how this treatment process works, and what kinds of results you can expect for your smile. Don’t hesitate to give our office a call if you have questions, or if you would like to schedule a consultation with our dentist!
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