Partial and Traditional Dentures

Finding the Right Denture Option for Your Needs.

We offer both Partial & Traditional Denture Solutions for our patients. If your oral health is not ideal for our implant solutions, partial or full dentures may be your best option.
Partial Dentures are great for those who still have some of their existing teeth and whose gums and remaining teeth are healthy.
Traditional Dentures or Full Dentures are exactly that! Full Dentures sit directly on your tissue and must be removed and cleaned as needed. 
The main thing we want you to know is you have OPTIONS. Not knowing where to start is okay! We recommend getting started with a Complimentary Discovery Call and from there, we will schedule your Complimentary 3D Ultrasound!

Good Candidate for Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are designed to fill in a few missing teeth rather than the entire mouth. They are custom-designed dentures that fit between the remaining teeth and may use bridges or other techniques to stay secure. If you are missing part of your teeth and have good oral health, you may be a good candidate for partial dentures.

Good Candidate for Full Dentures

Health issues such as gum disease, bone loss, or injury can contribute to full teeth extraction and replacement. If your oral health is not ideal for restorative dentistry, full dentures may be your best option.

In either case, the implant will have an anchor for a permanent dental crown. The whole procedure involves two phases and usually takes about three to six months to complete. In the first phase, the implant will be surgically installed, and a temporary crown will be put in place while the jawbone and gum tissue heal. Once they are healed, your permanent crown will be created and adjusted to fit perfectly with the rest of your teeth and with your bite.


For patients with a number of missing teeth, dentures are preferred over dental implants. A single dental implant is often recommended for a tooth or two that needs to be extracted.

If you have good oral health, multiple implants may be recommended to complete an entire set of upper or lower teeth. If a patient does not have enough bone mass in the jaw to support implants, dentures are the best option. HollowBrook Dental a variety of Denture and Implant Solutions that are cost-effective, non-invasive, attractive, and easy-to-care-for dentures.

Patient Testimonial

“HollowBrook Dental not only gave me my smile back, they gave me the confidence that I had been missing for so long.

I was surprised at how quickly I was able to receive my new teeth.”

– Christie Rojas

Financial Investment

We are passionate about this procedure and love seeing how it can change the lives of our patients, but we are well aware that cost can be a factor. This truly is an investment in your health and while it is a big one you can rest easy knowing it will be your final. No more expensive root canals, crowns and emergency dental visits. We are proud to offer a 5-year warranty on our bridges and our pricing is inclusive of any and all things needed relating to your new bridge. 


In order for us to help you afford the needed care, we do take dental insurance and will submit for payment on any insurance plan but we cannot guarantee payment from your insurance company. We are dedicated to work at maximizing your insurance benefits for covered procedures.


If you would prefer to cover your treatment costs over an extended period of time, we have partnered with two of the nations leading patient payment programs. Care Credit and Proceed Finance have payment terms available from 6 months to 60 months and will allow you to start your treatment immediately! Both companies are third-party financing companies and opting for financing is completely at your sole discretion.

No more waiting months for your new smile!

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