boise idaho partial dentures
Partial Dentures

If you have one or many teeth missing in your upper or lower arch, partial dentures can be the most suitable teeth replacement option for you. A partial denture not only helps to restore your natural smile’s appearance and speech clarity, but also the ability to eat more efficiently. European Denture Center offers reliable, affordable partial dentures services in Boise, Idaho to help you renew your smile and meet your denture goals.


Partial Dentures

A partial denture solution is suitable when you are missing a few teeth in a row but still have some existing natural teeth. Partial dentures not only fill the gaps formed by missing teeth but also prevent the adjacent teeth from shifting. They are also detachable, which means that they can be removed for cleaning every day.

There are many types of partial dentures available, each having distinct features to address specific problems. Flexible partials, implant-supported partials, unilateral partials, single tooth partials, fixed rigid partials with clasps, and mixed supported partials are some of the examples of partial dentures.

Why Choose Us for Partial Denture Services in Boise, Idaho

Whether you want a new denture or a denture repair, we provide only high-quality and affordable partial denture solutions to meet your unique dental needs. Here are a few reasons why our patients rely on our services:

  • Own on-site denture lab
  • Same-day denture service
  • A comprehensive range of partial denture solutions

To learn more about partial dentures in Boise, ID and find out if they are right for you, schedule a no-obligation, complimentary consultation at European Denture Center today.

FAQS on Partial Dentures

How Do Partial Dentures Work?

A removable partial denture generally has replacement teeth attached to a metal, acrylic, or plastic base that resembles the color of your gums. Partial dentures often come with certain types of clasps that attach to your natural teeth, and they can be taken out of your mouth for cleaning or storing purposes.

Your new removable partial denture may feel strange to wear for the first few weeks. However, you will adapt to it in no time. Also, your dentist will guide you on how to take care of your dentures. Dentists may recommend crowns, or cap fitting over your natural teeth to improve the appearance of the removable partial denture in your mouth.

What Is the Average Cost of Partial Dentures?

Partial denture’s cost varies depending on the material used in designing, the type of denture, individual dental health and preferences, and additional treatments if required, such as implants or extractions.

Can You Eat with Partial Dentures?

Partial dentures look and function like your natural teeth. However, you may require some time to get accustomed to your new dentures. Initially, for a few days, you should eat soft foods and avoid hot beverages and foods, whole fruits, and sticky foods.

When you are ready to consume solid foods, make sure to cut them into small pieces. Chew your food slowly and thoroughly on both sides of your mouth before swallowing them.

Can You Sleep with Partial Dentures in Your Mouth?

It is not advisable to sleep with partial dentures because your bones and gums need to relax during sleep. Make sure to remove your partial dentures at night before going to bed and clean them with a denture solution so that no food particles remain stuck to the denture. Proper oral care is essential to keep your partial dentures healthy and long-lasting.

What Are the Best Partial Dentures to Get?

Partial dentures are suitable to replace a few missing or severely damaged teeth while your remaining teeth are healthy to support the dentures. Many types of partial dentures are available, each with their unique benefits, features, and cost.

Here are the various categories of partial dentures:

  • Single tooth partial denture
  • Flexible partial denture
  • Implant-supported partial denture
  • Fixed rigid partial denture with clasps
  • Unilateral partial denture
  • Mixed-supported partial denture
Your dentist will help you choose the most suitable partial dentures that meet your dental needs and budget.

Partial Denture Styles

Gain security and confidence by using some of your natural teeth to replace missing teeth

Thermoflex

Flexible Removable Partial Denture

Appearance

thermoflex

Highlights

Fabricated of a thin, flexible, non-allergenic resin material that hugs the teeth and tissue

Features

Flexible elastic memory of the resin provides support while being aesthetically pleasing and comfortable to wear. Thermoflex works ideally for nightguards.

Characteristics

Available in 3 tissue shades and 16 tooth shades

Clasps

Flexible resin clasps hug the contour of the teeth

Valplast

Flexible Removable Partial Denture

Appearance

valplast

Highlights

Made from a combination of biocompatible nylon and thermoplastic resin for strength and flexibility

Features

Flexible material hugs the gums resulting in a more natural feeling than traditional hard acrylic. Valplast is an ideal choice for replacing a single missing tooth.

Characteristics

Available in 3 translucent tissue shades plus clear

Clasps

Flexible clear nylon/resin clasps are virtually unnoticeable

Wironium

Cast Metal Framework Partial Denture

Appearance

wironium

Highlights

Fabricated using a vacuum casting process ensuring a perfect fitting framework

Features

Acrylic base fused to the metal framework with acrylic teeth allow the missing teeth to be replaced seamlessly. Works best in cases where there are no natural back teeth.

Characteristics

A wide range of teeth and tissue colors available

Clasps

Clasps are malleable, resistant to breakage and easily adjusted by your clinician

Custom Combination

Cast Metal Framework with Flexible Elements

Appearance

custom-combination

Highlights

Combines the best features of all of our styles of partials for the best function and appearance possible

Features

Acrylic base fused to the metal framework with acrylic teeth allow the missing teeth to be replaced seamlessly. Works best in cases where there are no natural back teeth.

Characteristics

A wide range of teeth and tissue colors available

Clasps

Clasps are malleable, resistant to breakage and easily adjusted by your clinician