Kanye West himself made rapping with a mouth full of wires cool in the early 2000’s when he released his hit song Through the Wires. However, because you aren’t Kanye and wires aren’t comfortable, Dr. Nazila Bidabadi likes to use non-wire treatments, like no-wire partials. Used to replace missing teeth, non-wire partials will give you back your confidence to smile and your ability to chew. Read on to learn more about how non-wire partials differ from traditional ones.
How do Our Partials Differ?
When you come into see Dr. Nazila Bidabadi at Soft Touch Dentistry, you can not only expect to receive great service and attention, but you can expect to receive innovative dental care as well. For instance, unlike other partials that involve a wire or metal, Dr. Bidabadi uses partials that are completely wireless— giving you a seamless smile.
How Are They More Comfortable?
Traditional wire partials use paperclip like metal to attach the partials to your existing teeth to hold them in place. Although effective, this type of device can be uncomfortable and irritating— specifically, it can irritate your tongue and make chewing painful and sensitive. With non-wire partials, however, you won’t have to worry about the irritants and inconvenience of traditional wire partials because wires simply don’t exist.
How Are They Attached?
Attached to the necks of the teeth, no wire partials give you a more realistic looking appearance. Made up of the same flexible nylon material that dentures are made up of, the base of no-wire partials are made up of a pink color that resembles your natural gums. Unlike other dental devices, non-wire partials are removable, so if you want to take them out when playing a sport or participating in an activity, you have the option to do so. However, make sure to not keep your partials out of your mouth for longer than a couple of weeks because your teeth may shift during this time.
Non-wire partials from Dr. Nazila Bidabadi at Soft Touch Dentistry can give you back your smile and functionality, without the hassle of regular partials. To learn more about this option or to schedule an appointment, contact Soft Touch Dentistry today!