If have widespread tooth loss and are concerned about your bite or facial appearance, there may be a dental solution for your needs.
At Earp Dentistry, we can fit you with dentures so you can smile, chew, and speak without reservation.
Our Greenville, NC, dentists are proud to offer comprehensive dental services at competitive prices.
Millions of Americans Are Affected by Tooth Loss
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At our primary office location in Greenville, NC and our secondary office in Plymouth, NC, Dr. Earp and his team offer the highest-quality oral care, taking a multidisciplinary approach to dentistry. Our three dentists each boast their own specialties and possess over 45 combined years of dental expertise.
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Types of Dentures
Designed to fit around your existing natural teeth, partial dentures are a good solution for those missing many but not all of their teeth. Partial dentures are removable and can help compensate for changes in your bite, preserving the structure of your jaw and face.
Complete or full dentures, on the other hand, can replace an entire arch of your teeth rather than just a portion. Complete dentures are ideal for those who have lost all of their teeth. Using a denture base and artificial teeth, full dentures can help restore chewing and biting function to your mouth.
If your jaw has atrophied in the wake of tooth loss, you may be considering implant-supported dentures. A stable option that doesn't use adhesive, a dental implant acts exactly as a natural tooth does. It not only replaces a lost tooth, but can also halt jawbone atrophy.