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Everyone deserves to feel confident in the appearance and function of his or her smile. When a tooth, or several teeth, is missing, replacement is important for a number of reasons. Today, dentures are still used to restore function and aesthetics to a smile, as are dental bridges and implants. In our Brentwood dental practice, we find that the fit and makeup of partial dentures are far better than they once were, making this an ideal form of treatment for many of our patients.

Dentures are customizable to each patient's specific needs. We can replace a partial arch or a full arch should all teeth need to be replaced. Once this treatment has been completed, the patient is able to see the benefits of dentures immediately, such as a beautiful smile. Our dental patients who have received partial dentures find new freedom in smiling and speaking, and appreciate the renewed ability to consume food without compromise. In addition to creating a nice aesthetic and convenience, however, replacing teeth with dentures or implants also enhances oral health.

The health of teeth and gums can be hindered by harmful bacteria that naturally occur in the body. The acts of brushing and flossing are designed to eliminate as much bacteria as possible. When a tooth or teeth are missing, however, there are more places for bacteria to live and flourish, which can negatively impact health. Digestion is also a process that begins in the mouth, although we do not tend to think of it this way. When teeth are missing, chewing function becomes compromised affecting the digestive process. In visiting our dental practice for partial dentures, our patients are able to look and feel their best.

Dentures, whether partial or full, have evolved greatly over the past several years. Today, we consider more factors when crafting any type of denture. Where the partial denture is concerned, we will take surrounding teeth into consideration and color-match the artificial teeth that will make up the partial to create a seamless transition. Full dentures are made with the patient's input and after evaluation of facial structure and complexion. A far cry from the look of dentures years ago, today's appliances result in a naturally beautiful smile.

We believe that we all deserve to enjoy fully functional and aesthetically pleasing smiles. Replacing teeth allows you to attain both. Contact us to learn how your smile can be restored with full or partial dentures.

Dr. Jamil Alkhoury

Dr. Jamil Alkhoury

Dr Jamil Alkhoury believes dentists to be artists. Taking care of another person’s teeth is definitely an art in which Dr Jamil Alkhoury is an expert. Having graduated from University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) with a degree in Advanced Education in General Dentistry, he has always focused on the well-being of his patients. Brentwood family dental headed by Dr Jamil Alkhoury offers a wide range of services. He always keeps in touch with the developments in the field, to serve his purpose to the best of his abilities.

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