DenturesSometimes the unexpected happens, and patients are faced with tooth loss. Whether trauma, disease, or aging results in the loss of natural teeth, patients will want to find a way to restore and rejuvenate their smiles. Many patients can enjoy the benefits that dentures have to offer.
Dentures are available in two types: full dentures and partial dentures. Full dentures are cosmetic dentures that are used to replace missing natural teeth in an entire dental arch. They include the false teeth and gums that use suction, dental adhesives or dental implants to stay in place. They are removable, easy to clean, and quite affordable for patients. Partial dentures are used when patients need to replace one or more teeth within a dental arch. These are made with a plastic and metal framework, and have false teeth that slide into place when the restoration is worn. This is an alternative to dental implants or dental bridges, which can also be considered by a patient during their initial consultation.
Dentures are affordable and sometimes the best solution for patients who want something that is removable and easy to clean. Dentures have their benefits, and patients who are considering tooth restoration will typically be offered the three most popular options, including cosmetic dentures, dental implants, and porcelain dental bridges. Drs. Virtue and Mary Katherine Taylor are happy to provide patients with restorative treatments such as these to help them get back their beautiful smile that they once had.
Patients who have experienced tooth loss are encouraged to schedule an initial appointment with Drs. Virtue and Mary Katherine Taylor of Virtue Dental Care. They will consult with patients, examine their mouths, and provide solutions to their problem that fit their budgets, lifestyles, and personal expectations. They prides themself in offering affordable restorations to assist their patients in improving their smiles and achieving the results they desire. The practice is conveniently located in Yadkinville and is committed to providing restorative, cosmetic, and general dentistry to new and existing patients. Call today to schedule your consultation appointment and examination and find out what restorative treatments will help you in bettering the appearance of your smile and find out what works best with your budget.
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William Virtue, DDS, AGD, FIAOMT, DNM
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William Virtue, DDS, AGD, FIAOMT, DNM studied dentistry at Indiana University and opened Virtue Dental Care in 1979. He became interested in biological dentistry many years ago as he realized that dentistry should benefit one’s overall health and not just oral health. That is why he practices mercury-safe, biocompatible dentistry in accordance with the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology’s (IAOMT) health and safety standards. He is SMART (Safe Mercury Amalgam Removal Technique) certified by the IAOMT too.
Dr. Virtue was President of the Forum for Contemporary Dental Esthetics and the IAOMT, of which he is also a Fellow. He enjoys teaching biological dentistry to dentists and staff. He continues to educate himself on developments in dentistry to provide the best services for patients.
Mary Katherine Taylor, DDS, ADA, NCDS, AIAOMT
Mary Katherine Taylor, DDS, ADA, NCDS, AIAOMT became interested in dentistry at an early age and volunteered at dental clinics. A student of Starmount High School and Wake Forest University, she earned her dental degree from UNC-Chapel Hill School of Dentistry. She is passionate about education and prevention: She updates her knowledge with a variety of continuous education courses while teaching patients about caring for and maintaining their teeth for a long, healthy life.