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Dr. Jon Campbell. Campbell Dental Arts, Cosmetic, Restorative, Family, Pediatric Dentist in Escondido, CA 92025
Dentures Campbell Dental Arts dentist in Escondido, CA Dr. Jon Campbell
Are you missing teeth? If so, then you are not unusual. Did you know that more than 175 million people in the United States are missing teeth? And approximately 40 million of those people are missing all of their teeth. Because missing teeth is such a common problem, there are many different solutions available to help replace the teeth you have lost, including dentures in Escondido.

Dental Replacement Options

Some of the most common dental replacement options available include dental implants and dental bridges. These two options can help fill the gaps in your smile and help support your other remaining teeth. Taking action and replacing your teeth sooner rather than later can help keep your natural teeth from breaking down or experiencing unnecessary damage.


At the Campbell Dental Arts, we offer the option of dentures in Escondido as one dental replacement route you could take. Dentures are widely popular because they are easy to place and very customizable. Many people prefer prosthetics because they are removable and don’t require any invasive surgeries to place. We offer two different types of dentures to best suit your specific needs.

Full Dentures

If you’re missing all of your teeth, we recommend full dentures, often referred to as complete dentures. They are made from a metal frame, flesh-colored plastic, and false teeth. You can start to wear them after your gums are completely healed and in good health. If you’ve had your teeth removed, you usually need to wait about twelve weeks before you can start wearing your prosthetic. Complete dentures can look and function just like natural teeth and will keep you looking and feeling your very best.

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are great for filling in the smaller gaps in your smile. They are made out of similar materials and can keep your other teeth from shifting and moving around. Partial dentures are available in many different styles, but they all serve the same purpose. They support one or more fake teeth that replace your missing teeth using a metal or plastic framework. Clipping partial dentures to your remaining healthy teeth keep them in place. When properly fitted, they have a firm hold and will not shift during eating or speaking. They help keep your smile strong and glad.

All-on-4’s Fixed Dentures

All-on-4 (also known as “Teeth in a Day”) is a procedure that allows you to have a complete set of teeth without undergoing many procedures. The best part about All-on-4® is that we can usually complete the process in our office in only one appointment while under local anesthetic. This is a fantastic advancement for our patients who have lost all of their teeth or need to have the remaining teeth extracted due to deterioration. It allows patients to have a complete set of teeth without undergoing several procedures.

The Pro’s and Con’s of Traditional vs. Implant-Supported Restorations

There are several pros and cons to choosing between traditional and implant-supported dentures. Traditional dentures are removable and require little maintenance. They are also less expensive than dental implants and do not require surgery, which is one of the main reasons people select them. However, dentures wear out over time, and the form of your mouth changes, so you’ll probably need to replace them at some point.

Fixed implant bridges necessitate full arch replacement, which entails replacing all teeth with four to six implants per arch (also known as All-On4 and All-On-6). The advantages of a fixed bridge vastly outweigh those of removable dentures. All-On-4’s are considerably strong and stable. Since the implants hold them in place, you never have to worry about them slipping. Plus, they look and act just like your natural teeth and can last over 25 years. The downside is that they are a lot more costly than traditional options. Also, it is a high-invasive surgery, and you could require additional procedures if your jawbone lacks stability.

If you’d like to learn more about dentures in Escondido, CA, and how they could help improve your smile, contact our office today!