Denture Specialist In Sunnyvale, CA (Full & Partial)

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Custom-made dentures that imitate the look & feel of your natural teeth and enhance your smile appearance and oral function.

Our cosmetic dentistry services in Sunnyvale replace lost teeth with a restorative treatment that involves a denture to improve your smile and restore your confidence.

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Custom-made dentures that imitate the look & feel of your natural teeth and enhance your smile appearance and oral function.

Our cosmetic dentistry services in Sunnyvale replace lost teeth with a restorative treatment that involves a denture to improve your smile and restore your confidence.

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Custom-made dentures that imitate the look & feel of your natural teeth and enhance your smile appearance and oral function.

Our cosmetic dentistry services in Sunnyvale replace lost teeth with a restorative treatment that involves a denture to improve your smile and restore your confidence.

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Custom-made dentures that imitate the look & feel of your natural teeth and enhance your smile appearance and oral function.

Our cosmetic dentistry services in Sunnyvale replace lost teeth with a restorative treatment that involves a denture to improve your smile and restore your confidence.

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DISCLAIMER: We DO NOT provide traditional metal braces.
DISCLAIMER: We DO NOT provide traditional metal braces.

What are dentures and how do they work?

Dentures are a set of artificial teeth that imitate the look and feel of your natural teeth. They are made from hard acrylic and set in the denture base that replicates your gums. As a removable prosthetic, a denture is convenient and easy to use no matter the setting. They help patients regain functionality, natural speech, and confidence.

At Trident, dentures are of high quality and are considered as a long-lasting effective solution to restore the functionality of your mouth. You also get to enjoy an exclusive treatment pain-free, stress-free and tear-free with a team of experts who will make sure to plan a customized treatment while providing high-quality, durable dentures.

Why do you need dentures?

Patients who have lost some or all of their teeth, due to genetics, accidents or oral health issues, will benefit from dentures to improve the appearance and the overall functionality when speaking and eating.

Partial dentures vs. Full dentures: What’s the difference?

Full dentures are recommended when all teeth are missing, whereas partial dentures are used to fill the gaps in your smile when some natural teeth remain. Partials can be removed at any time and give patients a tooth replacement option that is lower-cost than some other procedures.

What to expect during your first consultation?

During your first visit, a Sunnyvale general dentist will run a dental examination, which includes an x-ray, to assess the situation and be able to determine the different options available and guide you through the best possible dentures. Once you decide which is the best option for you, your dentist will take the impression of your mouth to make a wax model for your dentures.

Right after that, your dentist will discuss important factors such as the shape, size and shade of your new teeth.

During your next visit, immediate dentures are set. We make sure that they are an ideal fit with correct alignments between the upper and the lower teeth. Your dentist will also make sure that your bite won’t cause any complications or pain  after the dentures are set.

On your third visit, the loose tray will be replaced by the actual dentures and adjusted to perfectly fit your mouth.

Why choose our dental dentures services?

At our dental office in Sunnyvale California, our team of experts customizes each and every denture to new patients. With us, your dental crowns are tailored to your mouth to maintain your beautiful smile.

Affordable cost

Your payment plan is arranged during your first visit. You don’t have to worry about any unexpected bills.

Pain-free care

At Trident, your smile treatment to restore your smile and oral functionality are completely painless and safe.

Best-rated clinic

Our team of experts will provide you with hotel-style dentistry with massage chairs, hot towels, and Netflix.

Affordable cost

Your payment plan is arranged during your first visit. You don’t have to worry about any unexpected bills.

Pain-free care

At Trident, your smile treatment to restore your smile and oral functionality are completely painless and safe.

Best-rated clinic

Our team of experts will provide you with hotel-style dentistry with massage chairs, hot towels, and Netflix.

Let's not forget

We provide the most hygienic and sterile environment by enforcing preventative measures.

Book an appointment to get the best dentures in Sunnyvale, CA

Get the best denture treatment and book a consultation with a top dental office in Sunnyvale. Our team of experts will assist you during the whole process to advise on an adequate treatment.

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Step 1

Booking

If you haven’t been to the dentist’s for a while, don’t worry. We’ll take care of you! You are only one click away from your stunning new dentures.

Step 2

Consultation

During your first visit, a Sunnyvale general dentist will run a dental examination, which includes an x-ray, to determine different options available.

Step 3

Treatment

After three easy visits at Trident the procedure will be over. Follow the instructions your dentist shares with you to maintain long-term lasting results.

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Visit Trident Dental Smile in Sunnyvale, CA

Your successful dentures treatment is a ride away. We’re located near San Jose, Santa Clara, Mountain View, and Cupertino. Follow the map below and get the best denture services in Sunnyvale, CA!

Trident Smiles Dental

Address: 681 Tasman Dr, Sunnyvale, CA 94089

Hours: Monday - Friday: 9AM - 6PM

Phone: (408) 505-1777


What clients say about our full & partial dentures treatments in Sunnyvale, CA

We got you covered with the best denture treatment in Sunnyvale. Read what some of our patients had to say about our team of experts and our services.

"This place is amazing. I've had a missing tooth (right canine) for years and I finally found a suitable option. I went in this morning to meet with Dr.Kim and he was so great. He explained different options to me and gave me his recommendations and I trusted his judgment. He did such a great job! I really appreciate his work and efficiency. Highly recommend you trust Dr.Kim and his team."

- Dustin G.

"I've had my old dentures fixed twice, now Dr.Kim is making me a brand new upper plate. Great atmosphere. Professional work. Thoroughly satisfied."

- Jia L.

"My Mother is 74 years old and is very picky and hard to please in regards to services. From the time we walked in the environment was very welcoming. She could not stop talking about how nice everyone was. She is actually looking forward to going back! I was able to get an appointment easily, in addition to them being able to fit in weeks worth of work over a few days time. I will be recommending Trident to many others for dentures and I am glad that this office pride themselves on having great customer service!"

- Lucas H.

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FAQs

What is a denture?

Dentures are a set of artificial teeth that imitate the look and feel of your natural teeth. They are made from hard acrylic and set in the denture base that replicates your gums.

Are there dentures that look real?

Cosmetic dentures look & feel very natural. They’re made to make your smile look beautiful. Book the best dentures dentist here.

Does a prosthodontist make dentures?

A prosthodontist specializes in cosmetic dentistry and more specifically in dental treatments that involve restoring missing teeth, like dental implants, crowns, bridges and dentures.

Who makes the most realistic-looking dentures?

For cosmetic dentures to look & feel very natural, they should be molded and aligned by a specialized team. At Trident, our team of experts have extensive dentures experience which makes us experts in the prosthodontic field.

How to clean dentures?

You need to brush your dentures daily. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush to remove plaque and keep your dentures clean and shiny.

How long do dentures last?

High-quality dentures can last up to 10 years.

Can dentures ever look natural?

Cosmetic dentures look & feel very natural.

What is a specialist in dentures called?

A prosthodontist is a dentist that specializes in dental procedures that involve restoring missing teeth like dental implants, crowns, bridges and dentures. Looking for the best dentist for dentures in Sunnyvale? You found him.

What is the difference between partial and full dentures?

Full dentures are recommended when all teeth are missing, whereas partial dentures are used to fill the gaps in your smile when some natural teeth remain. Partials can be removed at any time, and give patients a tooth replacement option that is lower cost than some other procedures.

Dentures vs. Dental implants: What’s the difference?

Dental implants are permanent teeth replacement, whereas dentures can be removed and are considered less invasive.

Fun facts about Dentures :)
  • Dentures are for everyone and not just old people. People believe that young individuals below the age of 60 to 65 don’t need dentures and they are meant only for seniors. Age is no criteria when it comes to dentures. Dentures are recommended when the patient’s natural teeth are lost due to decay or injury.
  • Dentures used to be more common solution to dental issues 50 years ago. Back then, good oral health was a lesser-known aspect of health care and people visited dentist only when they experienced pain or wanted to get a tooth extracted. As a result, more and more people ended up without having natural teeth and took resort to wearing dentures.
  • One of the first cases of forensic dentistry happened after the Battle of Bunker Hill when Paul Revere was able to recognize the body of his friend, Joseph Warren – all because of Warren’s false tooth aka dentures that was supported by a wire!
  • Before women’s rights were enforced, there was this odd law in Vermont that dictates women to receive written permission from their husbands first before wearing dentures.
  • In 1820, a jeweler and goldsmith named Claudius Ash made a huge advancement in denture knowledge and craftsmanship. He decided to mount porcelain on 18-karat gold plates with gold springs and swivels. This reinforced the porcelain, and resulted in dentures that work well and looked natural.
  • The oldest dentures ever recorded date back to around 2500 BC and were found in Mexico. Excavators estimate that the ancient dentures were made of wolf’s teeth, specifically, wolf molars.

Instructions

Pre-treatment instructions

It is CRITICAL to follow all the instructions to prepare for treatment. Your procedure WILL NOT be carried out, if these precautions are not followed. We reserve the right to cancel or postpone surgery if any of the instructions are not followed. If you have any questions, please call or text (408) 505-1777. Notify our practice of any changes to your health before your procedure.

Diet

  • You do not need to worry about eating beforehand as you will not be sedated. Have a meal before you come in. The appointment could take longer and you do not want to be hungry during the procedure.

Medication

  • Please pickup any medications that are prescribed to you filled by your pharmacy prior to your appointment (If you did not get any prescriptions, please call the office as soon as possible).
  • If you are taking any medication, please inform your dentist immediately. If you take prescription medication, take them at your normal times unless otherwise directed by your physician or dentist. DO NOT stop taking any prescription medication unless directed by your physician and dentist.

Oral hygiene

  • Please brush your teeth and rinse thoroughly before treatment.
  • To decrease the risk of tooth sensitivity, use a desensitizing toothpaste such as Sensodyne Rapid Relief or Colgate Pro-relief a few days before your whitening appointment.

Clothing

  • Wear loose, comfortable clothing for the procedure. Your clothes may stain during the procedure so dress accordingly. Wear Flat-soled shoes that support your ankle.

Time

  • Please arrive 10 minutes prior to your appointment. Time is set aside specifically to place your procedure. We have reserved enough time to ensure that the operation proceeds smoothly so that the outcome will be successful. If you feel you will have any problem keeping your appointment, please give us as much notice as possible so that we might utilize your time for another patient.

Driver / Caretaker

  • Unless you are getting some of your teeth pulled out, you do not need to worry about ride as you will not be sedated.

Smoking

  • If you use tobacco or marijuana products, please refrain from using it at the day of the procedure and be prepared to stop for a period afterwards. It is advisable to use anti-smoking aids (Ex. Lozenge, Patch, Anti-smoking pills)

Alcohol

  • If you are also gettin some of your teeth pulled out, consumption of alcohol must be avoided, 24 hours prior to the surgery.

Notify our practice of any changes to your health before your procedure.

Post-treatment instructions

Pain

  • You must leave the dentures in the mouth for 24 hours after they are inserted. Pain experienced because of the extraction of teeth will not be alleviated by removing the dentures. If you remove the dentures, swelling may occur, and you may be unable to reinsert the dentures.

Swelling

  • If several teeth have been extracted, swelling and discomfort are to be expected. Swelling may be reduced by holding ice packs against the face in the area of the extractions for no longer than 15 min/hour/ Take medication as prescribed.

Bleeding

  • The dentures will act as a bandage and help to limit bleeding and to prevent breakdown of the blood clots that form in the tooth sockets. Bleeding normally is minimal: however, even a few drops of blood will redden saliva.

Diet

  • Your diet for the first 24 hours should be restricted to liquids or soft foods. Gradually, you can increase the substance of your diet as healing progresses to include additional nutrients.

Oral Hygiene

  • After the 24-hour appointment, the dentures should be removed for cleaning after meals and at bedtime. Always hold the dentures over the sink partially filled with water. Scrub the tissue surface (underside) of the dentures with cotton gauze, liquid soap, and water. Brush the external surfaces and the teeth of the dentures and, for maximal cleanliness, brush your tongue and the roof of your mouth. Always keep the dentures wet while they are out of the mouth.

Activity

  • Keep physical activities to a minimum immediately following surgery. If you exercise, throbbing or bleeding may occur. If this occurs, you should discontinue exercising.

Cleaning

  • Rinse immediately after wearing and let it dry before putting it in a case
  • Use liquid dish detergent or hand soap to clean your appliance. A little mild soap plus warm water will do a great cleaning job. While you’re at it, get a brush just for the appliance — because, while it’s fine for plastic, you don’t want to brush your teeth with soap!
  • Put a towel in the sink basin when you clean your appliance. Soapy appliances (especially dentures) can be slippery, and can be damaged by dropping — and that’s an expensive mishap.
  • Consider investing in an ultrasonic cleaner. These inexpensive countertop devices are an excellent way to get the tiny ridges and crevices of your appliance really clean.

Two to five days after insertion, you should begin removing the dentures at night. Removing the dentures allows small blood vessels to enlarge and provide nourishment to the tissues supporting the dentures.

Call your specialist if...
  • You develop an allergic reaction (rash, itching etc.)
  • You develop a fever
  • You develop a swelling
  • You notice a pimple forming on your gums
  • You have difficulty breathing or swallowing
  • Pain increases over time and or becomes severe
  • You have any concerns or questions

Email: care@tridentsmilesdental.com

Phone: (408) 505-1777

If you are unable to contact your dentist and are in pain or have other concerns, go to your nearest emergency room.

If you experience any life-threatening problems, call 911 immediately for assistance.

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