Extensive tooth loss can affect many aspects of your life, making it hard to do things like eat, speak, and smile.
The team at White Pine Dental in Herriman and Murray, UT, can restore your smile with custom-made dentures.
Thanks to advances in restorative dentistry, you have more options than ever when it comes to your dentures.
See How a Partial Fills the Gaps in Your Smile
Customizing Your Prosthetic
The team at White Pine Dental carefully customizes your denture based on your individual needs and preferences. You will be able to choose from several different restorative materials for both the denture base and the prosthetic teeth. ValPlast® is a popular new base material that is thin, flexible, and adaptive to your mouth. We also offer prosthetics in a wide range of natural-looking options, including porcelain and ceramic.
Don't worry if you are currently undecided about the customizations for your dentures. Our dentists are happy to explain all of your options and answer your questions during a free consultation. Please contact our office in Murray, UT, today to get started.
Patients in Murray, UT, Trust Our Dentists
Everyone is so kind and welcoming and I truly feel that the service I received was above and beyond. Thank you White Pine Dental! I look forward to visiting you again and recommending my family and friends to you.View on Google
I have never been to such a nice dental office. The staff was very friendly and the hygienist along with the dentist were very personable and it was a great experience! I will recommend this office to anyone looking for a dentist.View on Google
Comparing Traditional &
Choosing between dental implants and traditional restorations can be a big decision. The best treatment will depend on your personal needs and goals. Take a look at the main differences between traditional restorations and implant dentistry to learn what you can expect out of treatment.
|Traditional Dentures||Implant Dentures|
|Price||More affordable and often covered by dental insurance.||More expensive upfront, and not usually covered by insurance|
|Longevity||Last between five and 10 years before needing replacement||Can last for 15 years or longer|
|Treatment Time||2-3 weeks||4-6 months|
|Stability||Dental function can be limited without fixed support||Offers maximum stability, and full dental function|
|Care and Maintenance||Requires daily care and regular adjustments from the dentist||Does not involve special care, and maintains fit over time|