Missing teeth take a toll on your smile, your facial structure, and your ability to speak and eat.
Advanced dentures from a skilled dentist can provide a natural-looking smile and restored function and comfort.
So why should you choose Delany Dental Care in Gurnee, IL, to provide your dentures?
Missing teeth can make your smile unsightly and give your face an aged, sunken look. Dentures can replicate the appearance of natural teeth for a pleasant, inviting smile, and implant-supported dentures help the jawbone retain its strength and shape. The restorations crafted by the dentists at our Gurnee office have the potential to take years off of your appearance.
Today, our dentists can give conventional dentures much more security, so your ability to eat and speak can be restored with a minimized risk of the restoration coming loose at inopportune times. Meanwhile, complete dentures secured by implants offer premium security that is virtually the same as that of natural teeth. We can help determine which option is best for you.
Dentures are a highly customizable dentistry treatment. Our dentists craft new dentures based on each patient's unique needs. We can create partial dentures if you are missing non-adjacent teeth, or full dentures if you are missing a full arch. Also, the number of teeth you are missing and your overall health will determine if you are better suited for implant-supported or conventional dentures.
My experience with Delany Dental has been top notch! Dr Amidei was so compassionate and patient with me, and his work was excellent. When you are talking about your smile you need a perfectionist and Dr Amidei is just that. His staff is also exceptional!View On Google
Have never had a bad experience here. All employees are pleasant, friendly and helpful. Dr Mark Amedei is the absolute best dentist I have ever been to. He is a perfectionist and does amazing work. He is gentle friendly and very skilled. Really the best around. Highly recommend this practice.View On Google
Delany Dental Care
At Delany Dental Care in Gurnee, IL, Drs. Ira Shapira, Mark Amidei, and Richard Cottrell offer comprehensive dental care of the highest quality. We are passionate about making a positive difference in our patients' lives through dentistry, and the more dramatic the transformation, the more joy we feel.
We know that many patients who may need restorative care avoid the dentist because they are embarrassed about the state of their teeth. If you are living with missing teeth, we encourage you to make an appointment with our office today so we can examine your case. We will not judge you for your missing teeth; we just want to help you lead a more confident and more comfortable life.
Our dentists are experts at crafting restorations that match the appearance of natural teeth, and they use dentures to support the structures of the face to create a full, youthful appearance in a "dental facelift." We offer virtually every kind of denture care, including complete dentures, partial dentures, implant-supported dentures, and neuromuscular dentures. To help fabricate our restorations, we only partner with the highest-quality dental labs.
If you are living with multiple missing teeth and are tired of the embarrassment and discomfort, schedule a consultation with us today to explore the possibilities that dentures offer. We proudly serve North Chicago and Lake County. You can schedule a consultation by booking online or by calling us at
How Implants Enhance Dentures
Full dentures remain firmly in place thanks to denture adhesive and suction, but are not as secure or durable as implant-supported dentures.
The Valplast partial dentures are notable because they naturally move with your mouth and are precisely shaped to blend seamlessly with the surrounding teeth.
Dental implants are titanium rods that are surgically placed in the gums to replace tooth roots. Once they are securely fused with the jawbone, implants support restorations like crowns, bridges, and dentures.
The Advantages of Dental Implants
Implant-supported restorations offer numerous advantages over conventional dentures. Most obviously, they are more secure because the implants function like tooth roots and don't allow the restoration to move. This allows patients to eat all of their favorite foods, and to laugh and speak with complete confidence. Also, implant-supported dentures require less adjustment than their traditional counterparts because dental implants prevent the jawbone from the atrophy that leads to changes in shape.
For patients missing a full arch of teeth, we offer All-on-4 dentures, which are full dentures that can be attached to only four dental implants. We also offer snap-on dentures that can be easily attached to dental implants on the same appointment as implant placement. In many cases, patients can enter our Gurnee office with no teeth and leave with a brilliant smile! During your consultation at our office serving Lake County and North Chicago, we will thoroughly and patiently explain the options available to you.
Delany Dental Care has very friendly and welcoming staff, all incredibly easy to work with. The clinic is beautiful and welcoming. Treatment was quick and follow up was excellent. Could not recommend Delany Dental Care enough!
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At our Gurnee dental practice, new dentures can cost between $2500 and $4000 per arch, depending on the materials used and the extent of the treatment. For any costs that are not covered by insurance, we offer patients financing plans through CareCredit®. Patients who have received dentures from our caring dentists agree that the confidence and improved quality of life they experienced after treatment more than justify the cost.
Choosing to support your restoration with implants involves further cost considerations. The most significant cost factor involved in this option is your choice of provider. Although it is not difficult to find a practice that provides dental implants, it pays to choose a doctor who has the right credentials and a track record of successful outcomes. Although an experienced dentist may charge more than a less experienced practitioner, the added investment can increase the likelihood of results that provide a lifetime of benefits.