Tired of chasing dentures around in your mouth? Today's technology can make ill-fitting dentures a thing of the past.
Dr. Greg S. Phillips & Associates in Lutcher, LA, uses the latest techniques for optimum results.
Isn't it time you discovered how traditional or implant-supported dentures can bring beauty and comfort back to your smile?
Dentures Enter a New Era with Technology Get a More Accurate Fit and Better Stability
Missing teeth are an obvious burden. However, dentures in the past have often introduced a new set of problems for their wearers. Those days are gone. By using the latest in digital dental technology, the Dr. Greg S. Phillips & Associates in Lutcher, Louisiana, has overcome many limitations of the past.
Our dentist, Dr. Greg Phillips, uses digital x-rays and a 3-D cone-beam CT scanner to accurately capture the structures in your mouth so that he can create dentures that fit like a glove and bring a smile back to your face.
We Design Dentures That Stay in Place
More Options Than Ever for Dentures
Traditional Full Dentures
Traditional full dentures, the type most people are familiar with, are removable dentures that simply rest on the gums. They are a simple and relatively fast option to replace a full arch of teeth. They are typically held in place by suction and adhesives. To achieve an optimum fit, Dr. Phillips uses digital x-rays and a 3-D cone-beam scanner to create a digital impression of your mouth. This precision mapping of your mouth allows us to design a denture with the accurate fit needed for a confident smile.
Longing to bite into a steak or muffuletta? Implant-supported dentures will let you. These dentures are held in place by implants, or small posts, inserted into the jaw where they fuse with the bone. These dentures will never shift or fall out when eating or speaking and are the closest thing to having your natural teeth back. More importantly, dental implants help stop the bone in your jaw from deteriorating, introducing more dental problems and making you look older than you are. In contrast, traditional dentures can accelerate bone loss in the jaw.
Some people are missing a tooth here and there and sometimes a row of teeth somewhere else. If that describes your situation, then the dentist may recommend a partial denture designed to fill the gaps in your bite. Like full dentures, there are multiple ways to secure them in place. The traditional method is to secure them with metal clips that attach the partial to a nearby tooth or teeth. Partial dentures can also be secured with dental implants. In either case, Dr. Phillips will ensure each tooth and the gums blend discreetly in your mouth.
Unsure What Type of Denture Is Right for You? Contact Us Today for a Free Consultation
If you're unsure which denture is right for you, please request a free dental consultation. We'll ensure you have the right information to make an educated choice. Dr. Phillips, who opened his office in 1980 in Lutcher, has the wide range of experience needed to determine which denture will solve your problems and restore your smile.
If you are considering implant-supported dentures or partial dentures, Dr. Phillips has the extensive implant training you can rely on. He is a member of the prestigious International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI) and has received advanced training at the premier Misch International Implant Institute.
Request a free consultation with the dentist today. Or, if you have questions, leave us a message or call our office in Lutcher, Louisiana:
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Curious about Dental Implants? Dr. Phillips Discusses the Benefits
Not Sure You Qualify
for Implant-Supported Dentures?
You May Qualify for the All-on-4 Method
If you've been told that you lack the bone density needed for implant-supported dentures, you may now qualify. The All-on-4® method, which uses just four dental implants, makes it possible for more people than ever to enjoy dentures that look and function like natural teeth.
It's a patient-friendly, scientifically proven method that comes with added benefits:
- Shorter recovery time
- Often less expensive than other implant techniques
- Bone grafting is rarely required
- Immediate placement of the denture
Would you like to learn more about the All-on-4 technique? We would be happy to answer your questions. Just call our office in Lutcher to schedule a free dental consultation about this newer type of denture.
How Much Do Dentures Cost?
There are many options to choose from with today's advanced dentures, which means giving even a ballpark price would be misleading. Our patients deserve more than that. To get an accurate quote, we suggest requesting a consultation to speak with the dentist directly. Our consultations for dentures are free, so it won't cost you a thing. And you'll walk out with an accurate quote.