Teeth are necessary for eating, speaking, and for aesthetics. When patients take good care of their smile, they are able to maintain their oral health and wellness for many years. They can achieve a more attractive smile that will stay healthy when they maintain their dental health. This includes brushing and flossing after every meal, visiting the dentist at least twice a year for recall appointments, and visiting us whenever a dental problem arises.

Some South Holland area patients who are faced with dental problems may need to speak to Dr. Dean Dietrich about obtaining “new teeth.” Restorative dentistry can rejuvenate smiles and allow them to function at their best. We are here to help when problems arise and can assist in restoring the appearance and the function of the smile.

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Restorative methods available in our practice include dental implants, bridges, and dentures. When patients need to replace an entire arch of teeth, they may find that full dentures are the best solution. Full cosmetic dentures have come a long way over the years, and patients are now able to enjoy a more beautiful smile that functions at its best. No more fake-looking teeth like grandma and grandpa had.

Patients who need dentures are urged to speak with the team of Pleasant Dental to learn about their options. A few missing teeth may be addressed with dental implants or dental bridges, depending on the situation. All teeth missing in the dental arch, however, require full dentures or implant supported dentures or bridges.. Full dentures are made of quality acrylics using impressions of the gum tissue for precise fit. Patients have a say in how their new teeth will look and can work with their dentist to ensure a natural repair.

Dr. Dean Dietrich of the South Holland community can assist with full dentures when patients are interested in long-term repair. Contact Pleasant Dental today to learn about your options and work with a dental professional in finding out what may be best for your specific situation.

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