Dentures Specialist

Broadmoor Dental

General, Cosmetic & Reconstructive Dentistry located in Colorado Springs, CO

If you need to replace some or all of your teeth, you might need dentures. At Broadmoor Dental, located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, you can get dentures supported by 21st century design and materials. Clunky, uncomfortable dentures are a thing of the past. To learn more, call the practice today or reach out via their online booking tool. The team, led by John Goodman, DDS, and Nicolas Pruett, DDS, can’t wait to put a smile on your face.

Dentures Q & A

What are dentures?

Dentures are removable dental prosthetics that replace missing teeth and surrounding tissue. They consist of artificial teeth made from composite resin or porcelain and a gum-colored base.

Denture technology has come a long way over the years, and today, dentures are natural-looking, more comfortable, and easier to wear than ever before.

Broadmoor Dental offers two types of dentures, partial and complete.

Partial dentures

The practice selects partial dentures when you have some remaining healthy teeth. Partial dentures not only replace your missing teeth but prevent your remaining teeth from shifting.

Complete dentures

The practice creates complete dentures for patients who need to replace all their teeth. Complete dentures can be either conventional or immediate style.

Broadmoor Dental orders conventional dentures after they’ve removed your unhealthy teeth and wait for your gums to heal. Healing takes about four to six weeks, a time during which you go without teeth.

If you’re getting immediate dentures, the team orders them in advance. After you get your diseased or damaged teeth removed, they immediately place your new dentures.

Immediate dentures keep you from having to go without teeth, but you do have to come in to get them adjusted after your gum tissues have shrunk and healed.

Do I need dentures?

You may need dentures if you have missing teeth that interfere with your daily activities like your ability to speak, chew, and eat properly.

If you’re suffering from sagging facial muscles where your teeth are missing, dentures offer you a way to restore facial volume.

Dentures may also be a great option for you if you’re looking to create a beautiful smile.

How do dentures feel?

Typically, when you first wear them, dentures feel somewhat awkward. This changes over time, as the muscles in your jaw, face, and mouth adjust to the new appliance.

During this awkward phase, you may notice:

  • An increase in saliva flow
  • That your dentures feel bulky or loose
  • Soreness
  • Difficulty speaking or eating


Rarely, you may also experience nausea. After a few weeks, these symptoms go away. Soon enough, you’ll feel more uncomfortable with your dentures off.

Are you ready to reclaim your smile? If so, contact Broadmoor Dental about dentures today. To contact the practice, call, or use the online booking tool.