West Main Complete Dentistry

What can you do to prevent my dentures from slipping?

Dentures in Rockaway NJ Your Confidence is Our Priority

It’s very common to be concerned about this problem, but we do have options that will stabilize your new dentures. The team at our Rockaway dental office understands that having a sense of security about your dentures is important to your self confidence. There is nothing worse than being embarrassed by slipping dentures when you’re in the middle of a meal with family or friends!

Advances in Technology

Advances in dental technology have not only improved the appearance of modern dentures but contributed to their stability as well. Today’s dentures allow for a snug fit that is a vast improvement over dentures made years ago.

In the past, the only option denture wearers had for stabilizing dentures was messy adhesive gels that were not very effective. Dental implants are a very effective treatment option that helps secure both full and partial dentures.

Implants work so well because, over time, they fuse securely with surrounding tissue and bone in the jaw. Dr. Kao works closely with our lab to design dentures that can be attached to the implants, keeping the dentures securely in place without worries about slipping and shifting.

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Out of extreme precaution for the health and well-being of our patients and community, our office will be closing beginning Thursday, March 19, 2020 and will reopen April 13, 2020
During this time we will try to service emergency patients only. Services such as loose crowns or chipped tooth (filling) will need to be postponed in an effort to minimize possible exposure.
We thank you for your understanding and will post any changes here.
We are currently closed indefinitely.  We hope to reopen soon to serve the needs of our patients. Please check back often for updates.
UPDATE 5/15/2020
We will have office hours Monday 5/18/2020 and Tuesday 5/19/2020 from 10-3 for emergency appointments only.
We will reopen on 5/26/2020 and will resume treatment for all patients.
As we reopen, we ask our patients to continue social distancing and self quarantine if you have symptoms.
Please feel free and call the office if you have any questions.