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Dr. David Spilkia of David Spilkia Family and Cosmetic Dentistry is a quality dentist who is proud to offer his patients a myriad of general, preventative, and cosmetic dentistry services to those in and around the area of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His state-of-the-art practice focuses on helping patients achieve healthier, more beautiful smiles with affordable dental work. When patients are struggling with tooth loss from trauma, extraction, aging, or disease, our team connects with these individuals to suggest quality restorations which can help in repairing their smile, including dentures.

Dentures Philadelphia - Dentures ImageDentures are an economical, removable solution to replacing missing teeth. They are often suggested for patients who want an easy way of repairing their smile's beauty and function, or for those who want a short-term solution while deciding on other options such as bridges and dental implants. Dr. David Spilkia provides both full and partial dentures, depending on the patient's situation. Full dentures are used to replace a whole arch of teeth, while partials replace just one or more within the upper or lower arch. Both are fabricated with high quality materials by a laboratory with great attention to detail. We ensure dentures look as natural as the rest of the smile, and blend in seamlessly with the current appearance. We match colors, the shape of the teeth, and the size of the teeth for a great look!

The power of dentures that fit!

Is it time for new dentures? This video describes the signs of worn, ill-fitting, or poorly-designed dentures. Replacement teeth designed by Dr. David Spilkia in Philadelphia, PA transform your smile and your life, and can last up to 20 years! Don’t settle for dentures that hurt or slip. Call (267) 463-2777.

What is keeping you from living a satisfying life with your current dentures? When was the last time you had your formally favorite foods. Do you automatically stop smiling when a photo is about to be snapped? Or ask that you be left tout all together for memory making photographs? Bad dentures negatively impact your life. They could be worn out poorly made, or maybe they just never fit in the first place. When you dentures are not perfect you suffer and you suffer needlessly. Dentures should be custom designed and hand fabricated for you alone. To your comfort and satisfaction. Bad Dentures hurt when they don’t fit properly. Oh no! click and clack when you talk or swallow – slip even fall out at the most embarrassing moments! Fit poorly causing pain or discomfort! All this agony and distress and be thing of the past because good denatures fit well, and can last up to 3 or 4 times longer than average – that is up to 20 years! Allow you to smile! And eat normally. Stay in place! Completely change your life. Imagine chewing a tasty barbeque brisket and roasted corn on the Cobb, buts, seeds all your favorite foods – even chewy or crunchy pizza. No more bland mushy food! No more tight lipped smiles in family photos, no more avoiding social situations, for fear that your dentures will embarrass you – what do you have to lose? Call now for your no obligation denture consultation appointment today.

Dr. David Spilkia and his team are committed to helping patients who want to restore their smile after tooth loss or extraction. We believe in assisting others in achieving a beautiful smile that functions at its best by using quality materials and experience relevant to rejuvenation. We also provide smile makeovers for patients who have more than one dental concern within their smile and want to dramatically change the look of their mouth. From dentures to veneers, we can quickly transform a smile with several aesthetic dental services.

Patients located in the Philadelphia area are welcome to contact David Spilkia Family and Cosmetic Dentistry today to schedule a consultation visit and learn about tooth restoration solutions at our practice, including bridges, dentures, and dental implants. All of these have their own advantages and should be discussed with Dr. David Spilkia to choose the one most appropriate for their specific needs and desires.

The pros, cons of immediate dentures

Unlike conventional systems, immediate dentures mean you’re never toothless. But there are limitations to this approach, as Dr. David Spilkia explains in this video. Discover how to overcome these drawbacks and choose your best option. Call the Philadelphia, PA office at (267) 463-2777.

I want to talk a little bit about dentures today. I often have patients who come to me and who have only a few teeth remaining and while the teeth they have are in poor condition and we cannot rebuild it. So we start discussing full row complete dentures. Now if we were to do dentures the traditional way it would mean taking out the teeth, allowing the gums some time to heal then making impression and going through the process of having the lab make the duress. In this scenario – it means the patient is without teeth for quite some time and most patients are not willing to go without nay tooth replacements. So we make what is called an immediate denture – in this case we take the impressions of your mouth while your teeth are still resent and the dentures are actually made before the teeth are removed. Then the very same day that the teeth are extracted, the patients get the immediate denture and they never have to be seen in public without their teeth. Now there are some drawback to doing it this way. First we cannot try this denture in to preview how it looks or make any changes to it, and so while we and the lab do our best to make it look as possible there are some times when there are some aesthetic compromises that have to be made. Second the gums will heal under the denture and as it does the retention of the denture maybe less than optimal. You can expect to use some adhesive to keep them in place – for these reasons I consider it a temporary or provisional denture. Placing the immediate denture in the mouth for 9 12 months with a 2nd set is the idea thing to do – first of all you will always have a backup or a spare in the case of an emergency but the 2nd set you are able to overcome some of the limitations of needing an immediate dentures that you can try it in – you can make all the necessary changes before it is finished and you do not complete the denture until we get your final approval.

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Dr. David Spilkia has been attending to the dental needs of the communities of Philadelphia, PA for almost three decades and is trusted by his patients. Having started his education at The City College of New York and graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in 1983, he practiced dentistry for a few years, before starting the David Spilkia Family and Cosmetic Dentistry in 1988.

Among the range of cosmetic and general dentistry procedures provided by Dr. Spilkia are restorative dentistry, dental implants, smile makeovers, and Invisalign orthodontics.
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