Dentures - Tolland, CT

Time-Tested, Cost-Effective Solution

Dentures Have Come a Long Way

Missing teeth, whether they’ve fallen out or been extracted, can cause you a lot of difficulties each day. Eating foods, especially chewy or hard ones, can be uncomfortable. Your voice may develop slurring sounds. Smiling itself can cause you great embarrassment. Developed to replace missing teeth many years ago, traditional dentures have stood the test of time and are still in wide use today. The reason? They work well. They’ve also evolved to become more comfortable and esthetically pleasing to the wearer. Still removable for cleaning and sleeping, today’s dentures are more realistic in appearance and fit better than ever before. We encourage you to request a consultation with Dr. Neil Hoss to see if dentures in Tolland, CT are the best choice to meet your budget and smile goals.

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Why Choose Dentures?

  • Enjoy your favorite foods again
  • Regain a full set of teeth
  • Speak, laugh, and smile with full confidence
  • Save on the cost of other tooth replacement options
implant supported denture model

Let’s Discuss Your Denture Options

Depending on how many missing teeth you have, Dr. Hoss may recommend either a partial or a full denture. A partial denture will prevent remaining teeth from shifting when you lose a tooth and enable you to eat and speak normally. When you’ve lost all of your teeth due to decay, trauma or other factors, full dentures provide a sturdy replacement, restoring your full smile. Upper dentures include at least a portion of or an entire false palate, while lower dentures fit over your jawbone and gums. For extra stability, Dr. Hoss can offer you implant supported dentures. These don’t require any adhesive and will stay firmly in place without slipping due to being supported by dental implants. Schedule an appointment to discover which type of dentures are right for you.

Yes! I want to discuss how dentures can improve my life!

dental patient smiling after implant bridge procedure