Restore Your Tooth Function & Aesthetics

At All About Beautiful Smiles, our top priority is providing all our patients with their best smiles. We offer a full spectrum of dental treatments including dentures for those who have lost their teeth. We understand that smiling with missing teeth can be embarrassing and make eating and speaking a challenge. With cosmetic dentures in Orlando, FL, Dr. St. Matthew-Daniel will have you smiling confidently again.

Denture Options

As a full-service practice, we provide several types of dentures to accommodate your specific needs:

  • Removable Partial Dentures – For patients who are missing some, but not all, of their teeth
  • Fixed Partial Dentures – Also called permanent bridges, made from crowns that are fitted on the remaining natural teeth
  • Complete Dentures – Full dentures for patients who are missing all their upper or lower teeth

What Are the Benefits of Dentures?

Some of the benefits of dentures include:

  • Replacing lost or damaged teeth with dentures makes it easier to eat and speak, something people often take for granted
  • Tooth loss can cause your facial muscles to sag, so wearing dentures can help fill out the appearance of your face and profile
  • Less worry about gum disease, as your new teeth are no longer directly attached to your gum tissues
  • Today’s dentures are made to closely resemble your natural teeth and improve your smile
  • The latest advances in dentures mean that they can now be stabilized with an implant procedure, bringing even more comfort and improved function

All About Beautiful Smiles Is Always a Perfect Fit

Dr. St. Matthew-Daniel and our expert team will take measurements and an impression of your upper and lower jaw to ensure your new dentures are customized to your unique mouth and gums. We also use the latest technology, so unsightly metal clasps of the past are gone. With a full or partial set of dentures precisely fit by Dr. St. Matthew-Daniel, you can wear your new teeth confidently.

Dr. St. Matthew-Daniel also stays on top of the latest innovations in the industry by offering dental implants as the gold standard to secure your dentures. With this advanced option, you’ll love not having to worry about slipping or sliding dentures again.

Learn More About Cosmetic Dentures in Orlando, FL

To experience our award-winning dental care, schedule your New Patient Appointment today by calling  (407) 954-8448. You may also use our convenient online form. Your appointment includes the following:

  • Meet Dr. St. Matthew-Daniel & Discuss Your Goals
  • Thorough Exam
  • Pictures & X-Rays As Needed
  • Custom Treatment Plan
  • Goodie Bag

During your appointment, we will take the time to explain our treatment process, flexible payment options, and answer any questions you may have. We look forward to helping you achieve your happiest, healthiest smile!

Dentures - All About Beautiful Smiles

Dentures - All About Beautiful Smiles
Learn about the benefits of dentures and how they can help you achieve a beautiful smile.

What are dentures?

Dentures are a way to replace some of your missing teeth or all of your missing teeth.

What type of dental professional would I see about getting dentures?

The kind of dental professional you see about getting dentures is a dentist, specifically one that is experienced with making and fitting dentures. Essentially, dentures are removable, restorative appliances that replace some or all missing teeth.

When would a dentist recommend getting dentures?

A dentist would recommend getting dentures when you have some or all of your teeth missing and dentures are the only option you can afford. However, there are many other options to replace missing teeth that could offer you more comfort and confidence.

What are some alternatives to dentures?

Some alternatives to dentures are more permanent options like implant retained dentures or implant retained bridges that are screwed on and can only be removed by a dental professional.

When would each of those be recommended, like implant?

The implant retained dentures or the implant retained bridge are recommended whenever you have enough bone to receive an implant. If you don’t have enough bone, depending on your finances, you might be left with only the option of dentures. However, there are many different financial payment options available that can help find a more retentive and comfortable solution for you.

Tell me what are some types of dentures that you can get?

Some types of dentures that you can get are partial dentures, which replace some of your missing teeth. You can have a flexible partial denture, a partial denture with some metal that helps to hold on to some of your existing teeth, or acrylic dentures that replace all your teeth. We also now have printed dentures that are very aesthetic and comfortable to wear.

How are dentures made and what material?

Dentures are made with several kinds of materials ranging from metal to acrylic to flexible acrylic. Depending on your needs, I can open you up to all the possibilities that there are in the denture world when you come in.

What happens during the dental denture placement?

During the dental denture placement procedure, using AI technology, I take a scan of your face and a photo impression of your mouth. This allows me to design a denture that fits your face perfectly. We then print that up and retrofit it into your mouth.

Loose Dentures

Implants can retain your denture. Once the denture is placed on the implants, it isn't moving anywhere. You can bite into your foods comfortably, chew comfortably and not worry about adhesives anymore.

If your dentures are loose and you think you have to use adhesive for the rest of your life, what do you do?

You don’t have to use adhesive for the rest of your life. There are other options.

Can a loose denture really stay in place?

Yes, there are few options. One is to use a little bit of glue to hold it in place.

Am I committed to denture adhesive for the rest of my life?

No, you don’t have to be committed to denture adhesive. There’s actually an answer. It’s implants. You can get your denture retained with implants.

Is there any hope for a loose denture to stay in my mouth?

Yes, there is hope. The denture can be retained with implants and there is no need for the use of adhesives.
Are you at the crossroad where you’re thinking there’s no hope for you? Where you’re thinking you’re fully doomed to a life of denture adhesive?
It doesn’t have to be that way. There are options like implants that can retain your dentures.

Can implants actually retain your denture?

Yes, implants can retain your denture. Once the denture is placed on the implants, it isn’t moving anywhere. You can bite into your foods comfortably, chew comfortably and not worry about adhesives anymore.

Can you go a step further where you don’t want the denture covering any part of your mouth?

Yes, you can have a bridge right on the ridge of your jaw that doesn’t cover any part of your mouth. It’s all porcelain and can only be taken out when you come in for your cleanings.

If you’ve ever wanted to do something about your dentures, is there a solution?

Yes, the good news is you can do something about your dentures. But it starts by you clicking below or calling so you can have that confident smile you’ve always dreamed of and be able to eat comfortably without the fear of your friends seeing your denture flop around.

Dr. St. Matthew-Daniel, All About Beautiful Smiles, FL

Dr. St. Matthew-Daniel, a highly skilled and accomplished dental luminary since 2005, leads All About Beautiful Smiles. Her expertise spans cosmetic dentistry, laser-based periodontal surgery, dental implants, Invisalign®, endodontics, and sleep apnea.

A University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine graduate, she pursued advanced training at Seton Hall University, gaining mastery. A pioneer in dental implantology, she holds a Mastership from The International Congress of Oral Implantology. Her passion for excellence led her to the Strupp Post Graduate School of Dentistry and the Misch Implant Institute. Driven by service, she founded the Future Dentists Club. Trust her for a remarkable dental journey!