Dental Prosthetics

The art of dentistry has come a long way and has increased the options available for a single tooth or multiple teeth replacement. It is best to make a consultation appointment with Dr. Bronecki to choose the right treatment plan for your special needs.
Prosthesis’ come in different materials and different methods are utilized

  • This may include upper and lower resin based dentures or partials with either acrylic or porcelain teeth
  • Valplast is a removable denture or partial that is hypoallergenic
  • Implants can also be used to replace a single tooth, several teeth, or anchor bridges and dentures

Implants used to anchor dentures are proven to help maintain bone density and are becoming frequently recommended.

Depending on the individual and their treatment plan; interim prosthesis, transitional partials, and/or full upper and lower dentures may be required.

Dentures (Removable)

Replace several teeth with
an upper and/or lower removable full denture.

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Replace one or more teeth with a fixed dental bridge.

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Replace a single tooth or multiple teeth using implants. Implants more closely mimic natural teeth in appearance, feel, and function.

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Valplast (Removable)

Replace multiple teeth with Valplast.
Valplast partials as a viable alternative
for full denture patients who are allergic
to acrylic.

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Implant Supported Dentures

Replace several teeth with an upper and/or lower fixed denture with confidence using implants.

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