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At Said Dental, we understand that every patient’s needs are different. That’s why we offer various denture options in Canton, OH. We believe everyone deserves to have a smile they’re proud of, and we work hard to make that a reality.

If you’re considering dentures, Dr. Said and our experienced team can help you find the best solution for your unique situation. We take the time to get to know each patient, so we can provide the individualized care you deserve.

Call us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about our denture services!

Dr. Said Is Your Canton, OH Denture Expert

Dr. Said understands that attractive and properly fitted dentures are essential to keeping you happy and satisfied. He begins with a consultation to determine your needs and prepare you for the procedure. Whether you require full or partial dentures with the option of keeping your natural teeth, the process is detailed and tailored to ensure a perfect fit.

What Are Dentures?

Dentures are custom-made mouthpieces that can restore your smile and prevent serious oral health problems. These prosthetics might be the best option if you lack teeth in your lower or upper jaw. Dentists commonly recommend dental prosthetics for tooth loss caused by an accident, dental decay, or gum disease.

Types of Dentures

Full dentures

Complete or full dentures are artificial teeth that cover the whole upper or lower jaw’s missing tooth arch. They are constructed from porcelain or ceramic and rest on a safe base replicating healthy gum tissue.

Partial Dentures

In contrast to complete dentures, partial dentures only replace a portion of the lost teeth. To secure the prosthesis in place, dentists will use the remaining teeth that are sturdy and healthy as anchors.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Dental implants are used to anchor implant-supported dentures. Unlike dentures held by pressure or adhesives, these can fit on the lower or upper jaw and remain firmly in place regardless of how much force is applied during chewing.

Benefits of dentures

In the United States, more than 40 million people wear dentures. Usually, periodontal disease and advanced tooth decay affect the elderly; however, injuries can knock teeth out of the mouth, necessitating dentures for young people. Understanding the facts about your new teeth will help you maintain your dentures’ condition and keep your mouth healthy.

The fullness of your smile and the functionality of your bite can be restored with dentures, which are adjustable, adaptable, and aesthetically pleasing. There are several benefits to wearing dentures, including

  • Improved look of your smile, speaking, biting, and chewing
  • Maintained bite alignment because it prevents teeth from moving
  • Simplified upkeep, making cleaning simple
  • More youthful-looking appearance

Denture Services Offered at Canton, OH Our Practice

You can restore your stunning smile with Said Dental’s premium, personalized dentures. Dr. Said and our dental specialists in Canton, OH, can help you achieve your desired results based on your specific dental needs.

Immediate Dentures

With an immediate denture from Said Dental, you can avoid the inconvenience of being without teeth for an extended time after undergoing complete tooth extractions. We will begin preparing for this procedure by taking impressions of your existing teeth and gums to create exact replicas for placement following tooth extraction. Your immediate dentures are inserted during your extraction appointment to create a natural-looking smile that you can proudly flaunt.

Implant Supported Dentures

When you lose a tooth, replacing it is typically best for your dental health. When you are missing teeth, you may struggle to chew and speak clearly. You may also experience migraines and jaw pain due to your remaining teeth being under more stress. Of course, losing a tooth can change the way you look.

Some patients find wearing and eating with lower dentures challenging, despite wearing an upper denture with no problems. If all of your lower teeth are gone, you have several implant-supported replacement alternatives.

Partial Dentures

Metal and acrylic are used in partial dentures. Dr. Said will design your partial denture to spread the chewing forces evenly across the remaining teeth and soft tissues. He may also suggest Alterations to your remaining teeth to help balance these forces.

Denture Care

Cleaning dentures entails more than just brushing because plaque (or a sticky film of bacteria) and food stick to dentures the same as they stick to natural teeth. If you don’t clean your dentures, plaque can build up on them, putting you at risk of gum disease and bad breath. At Said Dental, our experienced dental team will diagnose your oral health, fit your dentures, check for worn and loose dentures, teach you how to clean and care for your dentures at home, and more!

Exams and Maintenance

If you want your dentures to function at their best, they need to be maintained and cared for. How well your dentures fit can significantly impact oral tissues and general health. Dr. Said will check its functionality annually to ensure your denture works appropriately.

Denture Relines

Because they were made precisely for your gums, new dentures fit your mouth very firmly. However, your gum tissues will alter over time, causing your denture’s fit to loosen and slide about inside your mouth. Dr. Said can help you maintain the security and efficiency of your dentures by relining them every one to two years.

Rebase and Repairs

If your denture is old or cracked, you may need to have it rebased. In rebasing, the entire pink-acrylic denture base material is replaced rather than just the lining, as in relining. Repairs, on the other hand, bring a fractured or damaged denture back to its original state. At Said Dental, we will assess the condition of your denture and make recommendations to prevent further breakage.

Soft Liners

Soft LinerA soft liner is a layer of soft, pliable material that is fitted between the surface of a denture and your oral tissues. It absorbs shock between the hard base of your denture and your gums. Soft liners can be used when creating new dentures or retrofitted into existing dentures.

Permanent soft liners provide comfort and relief for individuals with receded and flattened gum tissues that don’t respond well to the stress of dentures. They may also be a suitable solution for patients with chronically sore gum tissues or gums with sharp bony areas.


  • More comfortable to use
  • Virtually all patients respond well to soft liner materials
  • Easier chewing
  • A proven technology with over 20 years of innovation

Soft liners require regular follow-up visits with Said Dental to examine the fit of dentures and general oral health.


Personalized Care for Each Patient

Your individual smile deserves a comprehensive oral care plan tailored to your specific needs. To better serve you better, our Canton, OH dental clinic provides personalized dental care to meet your oral health needs and a comfort care approach to making patients feel at ease, confident and empowered.

At Said Dental, we offer a wide range of denture services in Canton, OH, to cater to the varying needs of our clients, whether they’re kids, teens, or adults. Dr. Said carefully considers your clinical history and risk factors in each dental treatment to customize the treatment according to your needs.

Choose Said Dental for Your Denture Care

With today’s advanced dental procedures and cutting-edge equipment, you can have a complete, healthier smile that will last a lifetime. Dr. Said, your Canton, Ohio dentist, can assist in restoring and caring for teeth and gums to give you a smile you’ve always wanted.
Whether you require a full-mouth restoration, a complete exam, cleaning, or anything in between, we commit to giving you the highest quality treatment while enhancing the attractiveness of your smile. The operations and services we provide are among the many we perform for our patients regularly, always with a kind touch and breathtaking results.

Call us today to request an appointment and learn more about our denture services!