Not all dentures are created equal....
A denture is one of the most important things your patient will wear. A denture can effect a patient's overall appearance, self-confidence, and happiness. Don't trust just any lab to create an appliance that plays such an important role in your patient's life. Trust us to make a denture that will make your patient comfortable, proud and happy. Dentures are our specialty.
Our customized design incorporates the information you provide us regarding your patient's anatomical measurements, face shape, complexion, gender and age. In many cases, your patient can receive their beautiful permanent premium dentures within two quick visits to your office.
Types of Superior Dentures
Immediate Dentures: These are delivered at the time of extraction and usually are considered a temporary means of helping patients transition to successful denture wearing. Because of the muscular readjustment required, as well as the natural shrinkage of gums, the dentures will likely need to be adjusted.
After patients have healed from their extractions, our dentists usually prescribe permanent conventional dentures. However, in some cases, a dentist may opt to prescribe a rebase or reline of the immediate denture, instead. We reline dentures using either a high-quality hard or soft reline material, according to the dentist's specifications. The result is an improved denture, which better conforms to the new contours of the alveolar ridge.
Whatever you and your patient decide, we are there for the next step. Contact our office if you'd like to schedule a rush reline while your patient waits.
Permanent Conventional Full Dentures: Once your patient's mouth has healed we can create beautiful permanent dentures with any premium brand teeth. Mike's Superior Dental Lab creates permanent dentures that will fit your patient with near-perfect accuracy. Best of all, even the pickiest of your patients will leave your office pleased with the way they look. Our dentists continue to entrust us with their patient's permanent dentures because we consistently deliver quality work that makes their patients happy.
Implant-Supported Overdentures: When a patient's ridge cannot support a conventional denture, the dentist may prescribe an implant-supported overdenture. An implant-supported overdenture is securely anchored using two or more dental implants, which provide increased stability and retention. One of the basic benefits that come along with this type of denture is the elimination of embarrassment that can be caused by a loose fitting denture. Moreover, a well-made implant-supported overdenture made by Mike's Superior Dental Lab comes with additional benefits such as noticeably clearer speech production and improved digestion due to more efficient chewing. Our specialty lab creates beautiful overdentures that are a great balance of comfort, functionality and value.
Request An Injected Denture: We offer high-pressure Success Injection for our acrylic dentures and partials. During the process, resin is driven into a closed flask, under constant pressure. Closed-flask injection virtually eliminates the chance for change in vertical dimension of occlusion. Under this continuous pressure, the resin fills all voids completely and compactly, delivering an injected appliance which fits more accurately to the patient's tissue than if conventional packing methods are employed. Utilizing this packing method also reduces the opportunity for bacteria to thrive on the finished appliance, because the resulting processed acrylic is significantly less porous.
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