Tooth loss can affect the aesthetics of your smile and impact your oral and overall health.
Drs. Chan Wilkhu and Mark Moffitt can restore missing teeth and improve your quality of life with traditional or implant-supported dentures.
Find out what treatment at our Merritt Island, FL, practice can do for you.
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"I love my new smile." Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients
Dr. Wilkhu and his staff are always amazing! Sue has been doing my cleanings this year and does a great job. The office staff will help with insurance questions, scheduling and answer any concerns. I can’t recommend this practice enough. I have been a patient for years. Thanks to all who work there.View on Google
Dr Wilkhu and his assistant Sabrina couldn’t have treated me any better. They did their best to make sure I was satisfied with the work I had done. I’ve always been afraid of the dentist, this time though I was comfortable and not nervous at all. I love my new smile....I’d highly recommend these folks.View on Google
Types of Dentures
A partial denture is a good option if you have gaps in your smile but still have some healthy teeth. A traditional partial denture is secured to a metal or acrylic framework on the natural teeth, supporting custom-made prosthetics in the areas of tooth loss. They can be used to replace upper or lower teeth.
Complete dentures are designed to replace all the teeth on the upper or lower dental arch. Traditional complete dentures are removable, consisting of a gum-colored acrylic base and a full set of prosthetic teeth. The base suctions onto your gums and can be stabilized with a special dental adhesive.
Implant-Supported Dentures An Advanced Treatment Option
Our Merritt Island, FL, dentists have undergone additional training to provide state-of-the-art dental implants. Unlike traditional restorations that restore just the part of the tooth visible above the gumline, titanium dental implants are placed in the jawbone to act as artificial tooth roots.
Your implant-supported denture is secured to the titanium posts, providing an unbeatable level of stability and comfort. Furthermore, implant-supported restorations stay fixed in place at all times, so you can avoid the cumbersome and embarrassing maintenance that comes with removable options.
While implant-supported dentures provide a wealth of additional benefits, they also involve a more extensive procedure. Treatment takes place in multiple phases at our Merritt Island, FL, practice over several months.
Lifelike Detail and Premium Restorations
What to Expect When Receiving Handcrafted Dentures
For the past decade, Dr. Chan Wilkhu and Dr. Mark Moffitt have worked with a trusted local lab to create lifelike traditional and implant-supported dentures. We closely collaborate with the lab technicians to ensure the best possible results and your ultimate satisfaction.
After receiving your handcrafted custom prosthetic, we personally handle the steps of fitting and adjustments. Rather than sending your restorations off to the dental lab for modifications, we streamline the process and bring the lab capabilities to our Merritt Island office. Our modern methods increase treatment efficiency and produce dentures that more closely match the aesthetics of your natural teeth.
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Dr. Chan Wilkhu and Dr. Mark Moffitt guarantee each patient receives the individualized care and attention needed for complete oral health and proper denture treatment. Our practice takes advantage of the most advanced technology and techniques in modern dentistry to provide top-of-the-line results. Get the best for your smile, and contact our trusted dentists to begin treatment. You can reach our office in Merritt Island, FL, online or by calling:
The Treatment Process
"Our dentists make any necessary modifications and adjustments to ensure a snug and comfortable fit."
Additional Denture Services
Converting Your Dentures
After learning about the benefits of dental implants, you may decide you are interested in converting your existing prosthetics into implant-retained restorations. If your removable dentures are in good condition and you are a good candidate for dental implants, we may be able to adapt the restoration to attach to your implant posts.
Although dentures should typically last about 10 years before needing replacement, accidents do happen. Regardless of how careful you are, dentures are slippery and can become damaged when accidentally dropped. In most cases, we can provide convenient same-day denture repair so you do not have to struggle through daily life without teeth.
5-Star Reviews of Our Dental Office
Very friendly and nice staff. Professional and well organized. Very good dentist place to go to, I’d recommend it to anyone! All of my visits have been very pleasant and comfortable. No complaints whatsoever.View on Google
Major issue with tooth crown coming off over the weekend causing intense pain. Called for appointment at 8AM Monday and got a 12:00 appointment. Replaced crown and all pain was gone. Thank you Dr. Wilkhu, ArlynView on Google