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  • We have a solution for your unique needs
  • Keep your replacement teeth secure with implants
  • Reveal a lifelike smile with full or partial dentures
Regain a Full Set of Teeth With Dentures in Paducah

Regain a Full Set of Teeth With Dentures in Paducah

Modern teeth replacement options look better than ever. With dentures in Paducah, you can gain back what’s missing from your smile. Dr. William E. Hay will give you a full set of teeth that look natural and beautiful. Before you know it, you will:

  • Enjoy mealtimes and dinners in restaurants
  • Feel more comfortable in social situations
  • Gain the confidence to reveal a full smile in photos
  • Look younger and healthier
  • Find an option that’s right for your lifestyle and budget

Call 270-818-8388 for an appointment.

You’ll Love Your New Custom Dentures

Advancements in technology and materials have transformed dentures into a lifelike and attractive restorative option. At our practice, we offer a wide variety of dentures solutions for our patients. Dr. Hay may recommend:

  • Partial Dentures – If you have any remaining teeth, partial dentures fill the space between your existing teeth. You can take out this removable appliance for easy maintenance. It will blend in naturally with your other teeth.
  • Traditional Dentures – This is the classic full arch replacement option. It will be customized to look great in your smile and appear like natural teeth. You can easily remove it at night while you sleep or for cleaning purposes. This denture remains in place with suction and adhesive.
  • Digital Dentures – We can make your dentures using a 3-D printer for increased comfort, a better fit, and a better bite. Fewer adjustments will be needed. You’ll get your new teeth in less time, and with less hassle.
  • Implant Dentures – You can keep your new dentures firmly in place with dental implants. They secure your dentures so they function almost like natural teeth. You can choose teeth that are removable or remain fixed in place.

Your dentist uses advanced technology, such as digital scanners and digital X-rays, to plan your treatments. This gives Dr. Hay the information needed to ensure a successful and fully customized outcome. Plus, he’ll walk you through any procedures that are necessary to prepare you for your dentures. Oral surgery is sometimes needed. You may need a tooth extraction to make room for new teeth or a bone graft to prepare your jaw for implants.

Call 270-818-8388 for dentures in Paducah. You can also ​​schedule online.

Common Questions About Dentures
Who might need dentures?

Dentures can replace a few missing teeth or all your teeth, depending on your situation. We offer dentures in several styles to accommodate just about every patient. You can get partial or full conventional dentures that remove easily for cleaning, or you can stabilize your dentures with a set of dental implants for superior comfort and performance.

How long does it take to make dentures?

In general, most patients can expect their new dentures to be made in about one to two weeks. Some cases may take a little longer, and some a little shorter. You will then try them on to make sure they fit, and we’ll make any needed adjustments if they don’t. We can provide you with temporary dentures to wear while your final restorations are being made. That way, you don’t ever have to be without your teeth.

What can I eat with dentures?

Thanks to advances in dental technology, you can enjoy nearly any food you desire without dietary limitations. While conventional dentures may require you to alter your eating habits, implant-supported dentures provide a more natural biting function. With this option, you can eat a wide variety of crunchy or chewy foods. Implant-supported dentures offer a bite strength comparable to having a full set of natural teeth.

Can dentures fall out?

Traditional dentures that stay in place with dental adhesives will fit snugly and comfortably on top of your gums. Over time, however, they will need to be adjusted to maintain stability. To avoid this, we’re able to secure your dentures to dental implants. You won’t have to worry about your replacement teeth slipping or falling out when you eat or speak.