Custom dentures can restore a beautiful smile in both form and function so you can feel confident again. Richard D. Creese, DDS, is highly skilled in the art of fitting and making dentures. Located in Union Square of San Francisco, California, he can help you look and feel like yourself again with the right denture option for your needs. Schedule a quick consultation online or call today.
Dr. Creese offers an array of complementary treatment plans for women and men of all ages. From the preliminary consultation to completed dentures, or a later denture relining or repair, Dr. Creese utilizes the highest quality materials to deliver the best overall experience. Denture options at Richard D. Creese, DDS, include:
At Richard D. Creese, DDS, all dentures are constructed in-house by Dr. Creese. This is a great advantage, as you can see your dentures throughout the process. He can make adjustments and changes along the way to ensure the ideal fit and most aesthetically pleasing finished product.
Dr. Creese is very experienced with creating, placing, maintaining, and repairing dentures. He has spent time working at a crisis clinic where he gained valuable experience by working with prospective and denture-wearing patients.
If you’ve lost your teeth as a result of illness, decay, or injury, and need full dentures, you may be a good candidate for immediate dentures. Immediate dentures offer you the benefit and convenience of never having to be without teeth.
Be aware though, that as your mouth heals from the loss of your natural teeth and immediate denture inserts, your dentures require relining to ensure the most comfortable and accurate fit over time.
Partial dentures with a metal framework are the most common type of partials. Unlike full dentures, partials are meant to replace a few missing teeth, not all of your natural teeth. Dr. Creese will measure your mouth and build a model so they can construct your dentures as quickly and as efficiently as possible.
Partial dentures with metal frames connect to existing teeth, keeping them in place and you feeling secure—all without dental adhesives.
Acrylic partial dentures are a less expensive option for tooth replacement; however, they're also less durable than metal ones. They are typically used to replace front teeth as a temporary solution while the dentist constructs permanent partials or bridges.
Richard D. Creese, DDS, offers a wide range of denture repairs in just a couple hours, or even while you wait. Denture repairs take place on-site.
Schedule your dental consultation online or call today.