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Dental Implants and Dentures

Dental Implant Placement

If your teeth have been damaged or missing, dental implants may be the perfect solution to restore them. Dental implants have become a popular alternative to dentures, as implants permanently remain in the mouth and give a highly natural appearance. Dental implants help with more than just appearance-- patients are often able to chew, speak, and digest better with dental implants than they could with their previous teeth/tooth.

Dental implants are wise investments for those seeking a long-term solution to improve their oral health and appearance. The implants are fused into the bones of the mouth to make them secure and to allow them to operate in the exact same fashion as normal teeth. The procedure for placing dental implants requires several in-office visits, so schedule an appointment with our cosmetic dentists to determine if dental implants are right for your needs.

Dr. Sang has extensive experience and training in placing dental implants and performs all of his procedures in office. 

Partial and Full Dentures

In addition to offering many cosmetic dentistry services, Drs. Moss, Sang, and Perry offer many types of dentures. We understand that dentures are not a "one-size-fits all" product, so we present our patients with multiple options for denture types. Once we work with patients to determine the best solution for their unique needs, we utilize technologically advanced dental procedures to ensure that the new dentures fit comfortably and naturally.

Whether you're in need or partial or full dentures in Florence or the surrounding areas, contact our dental office in Florence to set up an appointment.

Implant Supported Partial and Full Dentures

Should you be missing teeth in the upper or lower part of your jaw, implanted dentures may be a solution. Implanted dentures have a reputation as being more comfortable than traditional dentures, as implants use material. Denture implants are non-removable by the patient and are a great option if you're considering dentures.