Are you considering dentures to improve your smile but do not want to spend the time it takes to get it done? In years past, the process of getting dentures was grueling. Conventional denture systems involved up to 5 visits to your dentist with a chair time of up to 3 hours, resulting in a final denture product delivered to you in about 30 days. Unfortunately, during the lengthy time it takes to make conventional dentures, patients often experience a change in gum shape, which means the final denture mold will not fit as well as originally planned. Not to mention, you likely have an empty smile that could be anxiously waiting a long time for the perfect pearly whites.
Modern dental technology and advanced technique has changed the major drawbacks to getting dentures. Today, the Dentca denture system has revolutionized the way patients receive replacement teeth. By using advanced CAD/CAM technology, your dentures will only require one single visit to your dentist, lasting a short 45 minutes of your time. Not only does the 3D technology of Dentca greatly reduce your denture process time, but also you will benefit from a much more precise and comfortable fit than conventional denture methods. Furthermore, Dentca’s 3D model is a permanent digital record that can always be accessed in the event a replacement or additional set is needed. From start to finish, the efficiency and success of Dentca denture solutions are truly avant-garde, ranking far above those of conventional denture products. Last but not least, your final denture set will be ready to place in your mouth only one short week after your initial dental visit.
The number of US adults needing dentures is projected to increase from 33.6 million in 1991 to 37.9 million by 2020, according to The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry. If missing teeth are affecting your quality of life or even your nutritional health, you need to explore the latest denture solutions using Dentca. Park South Dentistry is proud to provide Dentca denture system as part of their dedication to helping patients achieve a healthy, confident smile at any stage of life.