When teeth are missing there are several options to replace them. These options include dental implants, dental bridges, and dentures. Dentures come in two forms depending on the number of teeth missing. A partial denture is used to replace one or more teeth in the mouth and uses the remaining teeth as anchors to support the denture in place. A complete denture is used when all the teeth are missing, and the entire arch of teeth is being replaced by the denture. Partial and complete dentures offer a convenient solution to replace multiple missing teeth in the mouth. Each denture is custom-made for each individual person to ensure excellent fit, function and comfort. The dentures are removable and should be cleaned and worn daily. This will allow them to remain comfortable in your mouth so that you can smile and eat with them for many years. A denture is sometimes combined with dental implants to help improve the stability of the dentures so that they do not dislodge by the tongue. If you are looking to replace missing teeth, talk to your dentist and they will review if a partial or complete denture is the right option for you.