There Are Different Options for Addressing Multiple Missing Teeth

The loss of a single tooth can have a profound negative impact on your basic oral function and the appearance of your mouth. These problems can become exponentially more difficult if you lose multiple teeth in one area to untreated tooth decay or chronic gum disease. Here at Mark’s Dentures... Read more »

Your Partial Denture Will Benefit From Good Oral Hygiene Habits

Your new partial denture plays an important role in restoring the essential function of your mouth. These oral appliances created at Mark’s Denture Lab are designed to match the natural contours of your existing gum structure. Some partial dentures also include special hardware components to help connect them comfortably with... Read more »

An Implant Retained Denture Can Replicate the Strength of Natural Teeth

Complete and partial dentures are often needed for patients who have suffered the loss of multiple teeth. This typically calls for extracting whatever remains of the roots of the teeth to allow the periodontal structure to heal comfortably. A traditional denture is typically based on the shape and characteristics of... Read more »

A Damaged Denture Needs to Be Addressed

Partial and complete dentures are made from special materials that are designed to replicate the basic appearance and essential function of your missing teeth. They are often an effective option for people who have suffered tooth loss related to severe periodontal disease, dental trauma or long-term issues with tooth decay.... Read more »

Improving the Comfort of Your Dentures

When your custom partial or complete denture was originally made, it was designed to match a detailed impression of your existing periodontal structure. This allows for a firm yet comfortable fit. However, as time goes on it’s possible for minor changes to occur in the bone structure of your mouth... Read more »

Denture Base Adjustment Can Help Your Denture Fit More Comfortably

Your complete or partial denture was created to closely match your remaining gum structure. Depending on the size and location, some partial dentures also include special hardware components to help closely marry the dental appliance with the neighboring teeth. As time goes on the underlying bone structure of your mouth... Read more »

Retrofitting Dentures for Dental Implant Support

A complete or partial denture is often needed to replace multiple teeth lost to severe periodontal disease tooth decay or injury.   Some individuals who have lost a significant number of teeth may opt for a removable denture to restore the basic function of their teeth. As time goes on,... Read more »

Denture Rebasing Might Help Address the Early Stages of Oral Atrophy

Dentures are custom made from a detailed impression of your existing periodontal structure shortly after any necessary tooth extractions have been performed. This allows the pink medium that serves as the denture base to fit firmly and comfortably in your mouth. As time goes on it is possible for gradual... Read more »

Dental Implants Produced on Site Helps Speed the Tooth Restoration Process

Losing multiple teeth to untreated tooth decay or a significant dental fracture can have a major impact on your oral function and overall quality of life. When this happens your first thought likely turns to your potential dental restoration options. Over the course of the last two decades, dental implants... Read more »

Three Reasons a Dental Implant Could Be Right For You

Many patients find they can effectively replace missing teeth with dental implants because these dental restorations provide a permanent and fixed solution to tooth loss. The surgical placement of dental implants into your jawbone allows Dr. Casey King to provide support to your new tooth and its surrounding tissue structures.... Read more »