Losing multiple teeth can impact your life in many ways – from eating and speaking to smiling with confidence, it can be difficult to deal with tooth loss. If you are facing tooth loss or extractions, custom-made partial or full dentures from Paxton Dental Care in Paxton, MA can help you start smiling again.

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As someone who has a ridiculous fear of the dentist, I can say that these folks are unbelievable! My family has been going here for years, and we would continue even if I had to commute an hour to get here. Dr. Sieman, Julie, and the entire staff make you feel like you’re well taken care of.

How dentures work

Dentures are a versatile dental prosthesis option that can meet a wide variety of patients’ needs. Gone are the days of fake-looking dentures—thanks to modern dental advances, today’s dentures look like natural teeth and fit great so you can enter any situation with confidence.

  • Partial dentures are used to replace a few missing teeth, and are often held in place with clasps that attach to your teeth on each side of the gap that the denture fills
  • Full dentures replace a full arch of teeth; they are typically fully removable and are held in place in your mouth with natural suction or denture adhesive
  • Immediate dentures are a rapid solution for getting your dentures fitted and placed; instead of waiting until all of your extractions are complete to take impressions of your mouth and then fabricating the dentures, the impressions are done beforehand so that your dentures are ready on the day of your extractions
  • Implant-supported dentures are typically a full arch of teeth that are held in place with multiple strategically placed dental implants; they offer greater stability than dentures that are held in place with natural suction

What to expect with dentures

At Paxton Dental Care, we use high-quality materials that look natural and provide a comfortable fit. After you first get your dentures, it may take some time to adjust to eating and speaking with them, but after a short while, it will become second nature. We are here to support you and offer any assistance needed to help you during the acclimation period. We schedule follow-up appointments to ensure that your dentures are still fitting properly and that your mouth is healthy, and we are always here to answer your questions!

To learn more about dentures and your other tooth replacement options at Paxton Dental Care, call us in Paxton, MA today at (508) 557-2400. We love helping our Paxton and Worcester, MA patients feel great about their smiles!

Dr. Scott Siemen, DMD

Dr. Scott Siemen

A graduate from Worcester State College and Tufts University, Dr. Scott Siemen is a well renowned and skilled professional in the field of dentistry. He is a firm believer in developing and maintaining good relationships with his clients by being honest and providing the best possible dental care.

With over 25 plus years of experience in the field, Dr. Siemen established the Paxton Dental Care center with the vision of creating a relaxing and dental anxiety-free environment for his patients. His areas of specialty include porcelain veneers and cosmetic bonding, bite problems, advanced tooth wear, one-visit CEREC crowns, and sedation dentistry.

He is presently a member of the Massachusetts Dental Society and the American Dental Association.

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