Albertville and Guntersville, AL
Partial dentures also referred to as partials, are an affordable and convenient way to replace missing teeth. At Wall Street Dentistry, we offer metal-free partials, which means your partial will blend in with the rest of your gorgeous smile.
Metal-free Partials vs. Traditional Partials
Traditional partials are made of acrylic that forms to the inside of your mouth and has metal clasps that gently attach the partial to your remaining teeth. The partial also includes artificial teeth to serve as tooth replacements.
However, more dentists are shifting towards metal-free dentistry. Studies have shown that the metal used in dentistry may leach chemicals into the patient’s bloodstream, posing a potential health risk. Not to mention, others around you can easily see metal in your mouth when you smile, talk, and laugh.
Why choose a metal-free partial
As a convenient and healthier method of replacing your missing teeth, Wall Street Dentistry offers metal-free partials. Instead of metal clasps, metal-free partials are constructed with precision attachments that gently attach to your natural teeth. The precision attachments and the partial itself are the color of your gums, which easily blends in with your soft tissue.
Get your bite back with a metal-free partial
Partials also help you maintain an even bite and prevent your face from having a “sunken in” appearance caused by the missing teeth. Your partial will look natural, yet unnoticeable by others.
How is a partial made?
Partials are made by first taking impressions of your teeth and mouth. These impressions allow the lab to be able to make molds using plaster. The molds are then used to shape and construct the partial, resulting in a custom, precise fit.
Benefits of a metal-free partial:
- Restores bite
- Easy to remove for cleaning
- Improves chewing ability
If you are interested in a metal-free partial to restore the health and beauty of your smile, contact Wall Street Dentistry today at (256) 878-0525. We welcome patients from Albertville, Boaz, and Guntersville, Alabama.