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GREEN BAY (920) 278-7678
Escanaba (906) 212-4725
MARQUETTE (906) 264-5090

Custom-fit Dental Denture Solutions


When you've lost your natural teeth, dentures give you back the ability to chew, digest and speak more easily. They also support sagging facial muscles and tissue, rejuvenating your whole face as well as your mouth.

Wearing dentures doesn't mean you have to sacrifice a beautiful and natural looking smile.

We Like to Hear Our Patients Say "Wow"

At Bay Lakes Center for Complex Dentistry, SC, we’ve been delighting our patients with exceptional dentures for over 30 years. Dr. Lasnoski and Dr. Hallas will work together with our in-house laboratory technicians to create beautiful, custom-designed dentures that fit the shape of your face and mouth, and provide a perfect match to natural teeth.

Types of Dentures

There are two main types of dentures:
•  Complete dentures are used when you have lost all teeth on your upper and/or lower arches. The base is made of plastic resin that replicates the color of gum tissue and holds the teeth. The teeth can be made of porcelain or durable plastic.
•  Partial dentures replace several teeth when there are no adjoining or posterior teeth to use as anchors. They are typically made of a metal framework, which holds the denture in place, and a plastic, gum-colored base with teeth.

How Long Does it Take to Make Dentures?

Conventional dentures are made after all teeth have been extracted and can typically be placed in the mouth 8 to 12 weeks later, after the gums have healed. They require several appointments to design and fit.

Immediate dentures are created before teeth are extracted and can be worn immediately, so you are never without teeth. However, due to gum and bone shrinkage, immediate dentures need more adjustment and possibly replacement, making them a temporary solution for many people.

Implant-secured Dentures

If you already have conventional, removable dentures and experience difficulty wearing them because of poor stability and decreased chewing function, we may recommend dental implants. If you add just two implants to secure your dentures, studies have shown that you can double your chewing power and reduce your chewing time by half. Using four or more implants we can eliminate the need for dentures altogether.

GREEN BAY, WI
138 Siegler St
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54303

Call Us (920) 278-7678



ESCANABA, MI
524 Ludington St, Suite 301
Escanaba, Michigan 49829

Call Us (906) 212-4725



MARQUETTE, WI
101 S Front St
Marquette, Michigan 49855

Call Us (906) 264-5090