We hear from a lot of denture wearers that tell us stories about having a lot of difficulty eating the foods that they want and need to eat, in speaking clearly, and with their appearance.
To solve these problems, we use a more involved denture technique called the Branching Technique. Less than 1% of dentists in the United States use this technique because of the great amount of training required to learn it, as well as more time spent on working with the patient. The Branching Technique differs from the traditional method by use of a “training denture” to treat the inflamed gum tissue, establish the bite, develop the aesthetics, and make an impression that perfectly fits the gums before the final denture is made.
The “training denture” is a temporary denture that contains a soft, conforming material inside that is worn for several weeks while chewing food, smiling, talking etc. The impression is much more accurate, and makes an ideal and more practical impression of the gums and surrounding tissues. It basically provides a perfect blueprint for your final denture.
This method has given us tremendous success for our patients. We spend a great deal of time designing the teeth for their overall look. Dentures have to look and feel natural, they’ve got to fit the gums properly, and the bite must be flawless.
The cosmetics on our dentures are amazing. Patients tell us their friends think they’ve had a smile makeover, instead of thinking they now wear dentures.
This technique takes a bit more time to complete, but the results are worth it. In the case of dentures, quality time means quality comfort and natural appearance.
If you would like to know more about the Branching Technique, give us a call today at 606-845-2273, or toll-free at 888-917-2273. Thanks for visiting, and have a great day!
Local Phone: (606) 845-CARE (2273)
Toll Free (From the 606, 859, and 937 area codes): 1-888-917-CARE (2273)
Physical Location: 303 South Main Cross, Flemingsburg, KY
Mailing address: P.O. Box 474, Flemingsburg, KY 41041