Advanced Dental Care of Clearwater
3690 East Bay Drive, Suite K, Largo, FL 33771

Dentures in Clearwater, FL

Who Should Consider Getting Dentures?

Anyone who has lost teeth due to decay, disease, or injury can benefit from dentures. A denture is a tailored dental appliance that holds a set of artificial teeth on a removable dental frame or a more permanent dental implant. These dental appliances can restore your dental comfort, function, appearance, and self-confidence with ease. And they can last for many years with regular care and cleaning, so they are a worthwhile investment that pays off in many ways for many years.

Can You Find Different Kinds of Dentures in Clearwater?

Yes, there are many types dentures and they are available at our dental practice near you. Come in today for a dental exam and let our highly-skilled dentists help you find the affordable quality dentures you need to make your smile better than ever. Discover more about the main types of dentures below:

What Distinguishes Partial from Full Dentures?

The main difference between a partial and a full denture is the number of teeth each replaces. Partial dentures replace one or more teeth you have lost with a structure similar to a bridge, yet without the permanent attachment of a bridge. Instead, a partial denture is crafted with special clasps that connect to the teeth nearby for support and gets removed every night to be cleaned.

In contrast, a full denture replaces all of your natural teeth in your lower or upper jaw. Our dentist extracts any remaining teeth and supplies a temporary denture that gets worn until your mouth heals. Once you have totally healed, your dentist will place your permanent denture and adjust it as needed for comfort. This permanent denture can be either a removable full denture that rests over your gums or a fixed, full denture that is held securely by dental implants.

What Are the Benefits of Flexible Partial Dentures?

A flexible partial denture is crafted from a pliable, weightless material and has bendable clasps, which makes it different than a traditional partial denture that has a solid base and noticeable metal clasps. In addition to the greater comfort it offers, a flexible partial denture is made from a flesh-colored substance that makes it much more discreet than a traditional partial denture.

Why Choose Implant-Supported Dentures?

If you want the greatest denture stability, you will want an implant-support denture because it is secured in your mouth by two or four dental implants placed in your lower jaw. A traditional denture loosely rests on top of your gums. An implant-supported denture is made mainly for your bottom jaw since your upper jaw doesn’t demand the same denture stability. It only resemble a traditional denture in the sense that it requires nightly removal and cleaning.

Have You Heard About the Convenience of All-on-Four Dentures?

This state-of-the-art implant technique only requires four dental implants in your lower jaw to give you a complete set of new teeth. In addition to being the most convenient denture method, it also provides you with much greater power when biting and chewing.

What Does It Take to Get a Set of Dentures?

The denture creation and placement process takes very little time or effort, yet the steps of the procedure vary slightly by the kind of denture selected and whether your teeth and gums are in good health. First, your dentist will measure your mouth and create a dental impression to make sure that your permanent denture fits well. Afterward, any unhealthy teeth are pulled and a temporary denture is given while your permanent denture is being created. If you have chosen to get an implant-supported denture, your dentist will insert your dental implant at this stage instead.

When your permanent denture has been finished, your dentist will place it and adjust for fit and comfort.

What Does a Set of Dentures Cost?

It’s difficult to say how much a denture costs because many variables determine its final price, including the kind of denture you want, any dental preparation needed, and the materials required to craft the appliance. If cost is a consideration for you, let your dentist know and they can recommend affordable options to suit your dental needs. Call our practice to arrange a meeting with one of our dentists to see if a denture is right for you.

When Is a Soft Denture Reline Right for You?

If you don’t want the dental soreness and discomfort of a denture with a rigid acrylic lining, you may want to consider a soft denture reline made of flexible, soft material that stays supple for several years.

Do you think you could benefit from dentures? Please call our office today for details on how a customized denture can work wonders for your smile, dental health, and quality of life.

Read What Our Patients Say
Patient Reviews
Cleanings, cavities, and wisdom teeth extraction, oh my! I’ve been going to this location for years and had inspections, cleanings, cavities filled, 1 crown and 1 wisdom tooth extraction. I’m […]
Ah B.
Excellent efficient on time service
John F.
Pleasant Experience
Karen D.
Pleasant friendly staff, comfortable dental care, time efficient!
Suzanne S.
Greatest dental experience ever
James J.
Truly amazing!
Ozell H.
The staff & doctor was friendly, courteous & did a great job
Valerie V.
Great hygienist. Very thorough and didn’t rush.
Michael L.
Everyone’s very nice and friendly plus everyone in office works well together. I have and will continue to recommend people to use Advance Dental.
Mary R.
Advanced Dental Care in Largo is first class!! It is a place I’ve had work done in the past and because I moved a couple years ago I’ve had to go to a place closer to home in Ocala. Let me tell […]
Mark N.
Excellent customer service and excellent medical staff.
Jacqueline C.
Staff is very friendly and knowledgeable.
Dana S.
It was clean and fast and the dentists were friendly.
Jennifer K.
They always get me right in, no waiting. Staff very courteous and private with your dental needs. Have always had a small fear of dentist because of a bad experience, but everyone there makes you […]
Danny Y.
I have to admit that going to the dentist is just a bit better than taking a beating…Today’s experience was wonderful…I was greeted by name at the front desk…taken to the exam room in a […]
Jim D.
Dentist is confident, caring and professional, above all the procedure was perfect, excellent detail in her work. Thank you.
Sami S.
the work was done professionally and the staff was friendly. Irene is an excellent dental hygienist.
Garry K.
Very professional, courteous care, and friendly. On time. Good reminders via text. And you once helped my wife same day when she had an emergency, which I will always appreciate.
Paul E.
The staff. They are friendly courteous and hands on. I love my dentist, she is sweet, attentive and very good at her job.
Michael T.
Excellent staff and Dentist.
Scotty V.
Office Hours
Mon. – 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tue. – 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wed. – 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thu. – 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Fri. – 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sat. – Closed
Sun. – Closed
Phone: (727) 286-3945
Fax: (727) 530-9729
Healthcare Financing with
We Accept Most Insurance Plans!
Learn More

We accept most insurance plans and will be happy to help you understand the coverage that you have. We will do our best to see that you receive your maximum insurance benefits for all covered services.

No Insurance? No Worries! See our discounts and offers here

For appointments, call us at: (727) 286-3945 or
Request an Appointment
For appointments, call: (727) 286-3945
Office Hours
  • Monday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
  • Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
Get in touch:
  • Phone: (727) 286-3945
Our Location