Implant Retained Partial Dentures Hoppers Crossing

Many denture wearers are discouraged by the look and feel of their traditional or economy dentures they have tried in the past. Matrix Dental Denture Clinic is custom made just for you. Matrix Dental Denture Clinic utilizes a neuromuscular approach to fabricate your new custom dentures, so they integrate with your jaw, bite, and facial muscles. The result is a functional and stable smile that will make you feel and look 20 years younger.

Our Columbus Denture Options

Everyone is unique, which is why we offer a variety of tooth-loss solutions.

Matrix Dental Denture Clinic will take your denture experience to the next level. Your cosmetic makeover dentures are created just for you, based on a combination of aesthetic and neuromuscular evaluations. It typically takes four appointments to receive your new Partial Dentures Hoppers Crossing; however, they are well worth the wait.

The basis of neuromuscular treatment lies in achieving and maintaining optimum muscle relaxation and function. By achieving this, we are able to provide you with dentures that are stable, compensate for bone loss and will let you smile beautifully again.


  • Precise control on the aesthetics of your denture
  • Compensates for bone loss in the jaw
  • Helps fill in lip form
  • Premium cosmetic teeth and custom gingival color for vibrancy and youth
  • Custom fit for optimum stability and comfort

Partial Denture Bridges

If you are missing only one or a few teeth, partial denture or a bridge may be the solution for you. Partial dentures sit over your gums and attach to the surrounding teeth. They are removable, just like traditional dentures. Dental bridges are very similar to partials; however they are securely fixed to your surrounding teeth, allowing for more stability.

Implant Retained Dentures

For a more accurate and secure fitting denture, we recommend implant retained cosmetic makeover dentures. A titanium implant is placed and assimilated to your jawbone, providing structure and stability in place of a missing tooth root. Your denture will attach to your implants, creating a secure and no-slip fit.

Single Arch Dentures

We do everything we can to help our patients keep their teeth for life. Sometimes we are able to restore your natural teeth on either the top or bottom arch, and create cosmetic dentures for the other.

Look and feel healthier and younger.

That is our goal for our Columbus cosmetic makeover denture guests. Matrix Dental Denture Clinic takes extra time to get to know you as an individual, so she can recommend the best treatment plan for your needs and goals. Because everyone is unique, we offer a variety of tooth-loss solutions.

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Nowadays, most cosmetic dental procedures are as easy and common as regular dental work. They can also help with self-confidence, appearance and support you in achieving a better, brighter smile. Most common cosmetic procedures are fairly easy and only a few require more sessions and a bit of complex work.

One such relatively simple procedure is getting dental veneers Sunshine. Veneers are incredibly popular as they enhance the overall appearance of your teeth and if you have a worn tooth – from grinding – or chipped teeth, having veneers would cover the imperfections and create a stronger smile. Getting veneers can be the best of both worlds: a cosmetic procedure that leaves you with a bright, white smile while also correcting and protecting teeth.

So what is a dental veneer and who can get one?

Veneers Sunshine

There are two types of dental veneers sunshine: one is porcelain and the others are made from composite resins. Depending on your situation and budget, your dentist will be able to find a veneers solution that suits you.  Veneers do require a small removal of the natural tooth – usually less than a millimeter – and this allows the dentist to create a more even smile and lets the veneers fit in your mouth as a normal tooth would. It is also essentially for the bonding agent that will hold the veneer to your natural tooth. Veneers are custom-made and individually sculpted for each client, so your smile will look natural and unlike normal teeth, veneers resist staining from coffee, tea or cigarettes, making them an ideal option for those whose teeth resist whitening.

Almost anyone can get veneers. Especially if your teeth are fractured or have gaps between them, if they’re poor in colour, shape and contours and even if there are minor-bite related problems. As with any involved cosmetic or dental procedure, make sure to consult your junction road dentist and research your options. There are a few small downsides to getting veneers. As part of the original tooth’s enamel must be removed, this isn’t considered a reversible treatment but if you have porcelain veneers they can last up to 25 years. Also, creating porcelain veneers requires your smile analysis to be sent to a laboratory, so this isn’t a one consultation treatment.

Finally, we get to the maintenance. Maintaining your veneers is quite simple. Just make sure to continue your routine brushing with a non-abrasive toothpaste and flossing every day. If you’re not sure which toothpaste to use, your doctor can recommend one. Try to avoid biting nails, chewing ice and other stresses that can damage veneers and natural teeth!

Start your journey to a well-protected, bright and white smile today!

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Can Lasers Improve Stability of Orthodontic Treatment?

With orthodontic treatment, we have the ability to correct rotated teeth including teeth rotated 180°. The stability of these orthodontically corrected rotations continues to be an area of concern. A recent study in The Orange County Orthodontics Woodbury suggests a new technique to help reduce relapse of rotated teeth using a soft tissue laser.


One of the main causes of rotational relapse is due to the transeptal fibers connected to the tooth. Transeptal fibers are like little rubber bands connecting the tooth to the bone. When we rotate a tooth with orthodontics, these fibers stretch. When we remove the braces and let go of the teeth, these stretched fibers begin to pull back some. This is one of the reasons, orthodontists require you wear retainers after orthodontic treatment. This study showed that by using a soft tissue laser on the transeptal fibers, we can reduce the rate of rotational relapse almost 300%.

The use of soft tissue lasers for orthodontics is a fairly recent phenomenon (last five years). Many orthodontists have not invested the time and money necessary to become proficient in this new technology. While the use of a soft tissue laser is certainly not indicated for the majority of orthodontic patients, rest assured that Dr. Patel has the training and experience with using a soft tissue laser if needed for you or your child’s orthodontic treatment. If you have any questions about the use of soft tissue lasers in orthodontics or any other orthodontic questions, please contact your orthodontists today.

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