Dentures Make Your Smile Whole Again
  • Enjoy crunchy apples & corn-on-the-cob again
  • Reveal a lifelike smile with full or partial dentures
  • Keep your replacement teeth secure with implants

Dentures in Mundelein, IL

Our patients at Michael S. Roessler DDS Cosmetic & Family Dentistry are often surprised at how comfortable our modern replacement teeth are. You’ll also be in for a surprise at how well our Mundelein dentures perform and how great they feel!

Dr. Michael Roessler is a skilled restorative dentist who will make sure your new teeth:

  • Fit perfectly and look completely natural
  • Allow you to eat a wider variety of healthy and nutritious foods
  • Let you smile with more confidence and gusto
  • Help you talk more plainly so you don’t have to repeat yourself

Improve your quality of life with custom dentures! Call us today to schedule your consultation with Dr. Roessler: 847-652-9147. We’re at 444 N. Prospect Ave., Ste. 1 – between East Maple Avenue and East Hawley Street.

Eat Heartily & Smile Boldly With Our Custom Dentures

Thanks to recent advances in dentures technology, today’s dentures fit more comfortably and snugly than ever. They’ve come a long way from your grandfather’s “false teeth” of yesteryear.

Michael S. Roessler DDS Cosmetic & Family Dentistry offers several types of dentures to help our patients enjoy beautiful and fully functional smiles. For greater stability and comfort, we can attach dentures to dental implants an oral surgeon places in your gums, giving you a sturdy base for your new teeth. Plus, they will help prevent jawbone deterioration and potential changes in your facial structure.

Your dentures options include:

  • Partial Dentures – If you have some healthy teeth remaining, we can make a partial denture for one or both arches. We offer traditional partials that use metal clasps to secure to your other teeth, or you can opt for Valplast dentures using natural-colored clasps that don’t stand out.
  • Full Dentures – Replace an entire arch of teeth on your upper jaw, lower jaw, or both with conventional full dentures. Usually made from acrylic or porcelain, they will rest on your gums, making eating a breeze and restoring your confidence.
  • Implant-Retained Dentures – Using a system of snaps and balls to attach to implants, these stay firmly in place. You won’t have to worry about them slipping or popping out at an inopportune moment.
  • Implant-Supported Dentures – Our best-performing denture anchors to a metal bar that is secured to implants. The bar setup will give you superior comfort, as it transfers the forces of biting and chewing directly to your jawbone just like natural teeth do. We can also attach a fixed full arch of teeth to a minimal number of implants, usually four.

Our Mundelein dentures will give you a better quality of life! To schedule an appointment and get more details, call us today at 847-652-9147. You can also schedule online.

Common Questions About Dentures

Who would need dentures?

Dentures may be what you’ve been looking for if you’re missing all or nearly all your teeth on your upper or lower jaw. Traditional complete dentures replace a whole arch of teeth, while partial dentures are utilized when you still have some natural teeth remaining. Dentures can even be anchored to a set of dental implants for ideal function and stability.

What are dentures made from?

The price point of your dentures will mostly determine what they’re made from. It is common to use acrylic for the base of the teeth (the part that looks like your gums). It will be laid over a metal framework for extra strength. The teeth are made from porcelain, which looks very natural, or acrylic composite because of its light weight and lower expense.

How long does it take to make dentures?

Our team will take digital impressions that we will use to design your customized dentures. Aesthetic results are just as important to us as functionality, which is why we will make sure your new teeth work and fit precisely and that your smile looks natural and attractive.

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