Partials and Full Dentures in Boston, MA

Partials and full dentures are dental prosthetic devices offered at Smiley Dental in Boston, MA, designed to replace missing teeth and repair the function and appearance of your smile.

Full dentures are used when all natural teeth in either the lower or upper jaw are missing or need to be replaced. They consist of a complete set of artificial teeth attached to a flesh-colored base, which rests on the gums.

Partial dentures, on the other hand, are used when some natural teeth are left in the jaw. Dentures consist of artificial teeth fixed to a metal or plastic framework that fits around existing teeth. Partials are custom-made to blend seamlessly with your remaining teeth.

Types of Partials and Full Dentures

At Smiley Dental, we offer various types of dentures to cater to your unique needs. Permanent dentures are fixed in place and provide excellent stability and functionality. These may be supported by dental implants for added support and durability.

Full and partial removable dentures are available for those who prefer removable options. Full removable dentures can be removed for cleaning, while partial removable dentures are designed to stay securely in place during daily activities.

Procedure for Getting Partials or Full Dentures

Getting dentures at our Boston, MA clinic typically involves multiple appointments. First, we will assess your oral health and discuss your needs and preferences. Then, impressions of your mouth will be taken to create custom-fit dentures. Your dentures will be adjusted and fitted during subsequent appointments to ensure comfort and functionality.

Contact Us Today

Smiley Dental is your trusted partner if you’re seeking high-quality partials and full dentures in Boston, MA. Our experienced dentists near you are dedicated to helping you regain your smile’s beauty and functionality. Don’t let missing teeth affect your confidence and quality of life. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and explore your denture options, including full, partial, and permanent dentures. We’re here to provide you with the best solutions for your oral health needs.


To keep your teeth and gums healthy, it is important to schedule regular checkups and dental cleanings. The American Dental Association (ADA) advises adult patients to visit the dentist at least once every six months. Regular dental cleanings remove stains and plaque buildup, preventing the risk of tooth decay and gum disease.

The temporomandibular joints (TMJ) connect the jaw to the skull bone. When these joints are strained, used excessively, or otherwise damaged, pain when moving the jaw or limited jaw mobility may occur. When this happens, patients are said to suffer from TMJ dysfunction or TMD.

We are happy to process and file claims for most major dental insurance providers. We are in-network with a variety of PPO benefit plans and MassHealth.

Yes. Dental decay can occur as soon as children have teeth. Dental decay progresses faster in children, so it is recommended x-rays occur on a regular basis as prescribed by the dentist.

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  • reduces risks of tooth decay and cavities
  • Reduces the risk of gum disease
  • Removes stains
  • Freshens your breath
  • Improves your overall health

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