Missing teeth can have more than just a negative affect on your appearance. Empty spaces in the gum line affect how you speak, how you chew your food, how others view you and also compromise the health of your entire mouth. Missing teeth leave the jaw susceptible to becoming weak because there is not the necessary support of teeth holding the jaw securely. As part of our restorative dental treatments at Winding Ridge Dentistry, we proudly offer dentures to patients with missing teeth. By filling in empty spaces in the mouth with dentures, you can improve the look, function, and health of the entire mouth.
Dr. Sulaiman Shaltoni, DDS, provides full and complete dentures as well as partial dentures to those who are seeking tooth replacement. Dr. Shaltoni is dedicated to helping patients improve the function and health of their smiles by creating needed denture appliances to complete their smiles and promote the health of their remaining teeth. You can trust Winding Ridge Dentistry as Indianapolis’ trusted source for the highest standard in dentures.
Full & Complete Dentures
While permanent teeth were created to last a lifetime, unfortunately many people do not make it through life with their natural teeth in tact. Full and complete dentures are methods of replacing all of the teeth in a mouth. Winding Ridge Dentistry is proud to be a dental practice in Indianapolis that provides full tooth replacement options. Dr. Sulaiman Shaltoni, DDS, takes the time to meet with his patients and understand their full dental history to best create a functional and beautiful smile that will last for years to come. If you are interested in the specialized service of full and complete dentures, contact Winding Ridge Dentistry today to schedule a consultation.
Partial dentures are a great option for people who are missing one or just a few teeth and are looking for a replacement option. Partial dentures are created to rest on a metal framework that is attached to the surrounding natural teeth. There are times when dental crowns are needed to put on the adjacent teeth as a necessary means of holding the partial dentures securely in place. Much advancement has been made in the comfort and appearance of partial dentures in the last decade, making partial dentures a truly ideal option for many people. If you would like to learn more or to see if you are a good candidate for partial dentures, contact Winding Ridge Dentistry today.