Missing teeth can significantly limit your dental function and have a negative impact on your oral health.

Dentures can replace missing teeth to restore health, appearance, and overall function.

Our dentists at Premier Dental & Implant Center in Orland Park, IL, offer full, partial, and implant-supported dentures to expertly complete your smile.

What Are Dentures
Made Of? 

Dentist holding dentures

Most dentures are made of acrylic resin, a strong but lightweight material that is stain-resistant and easy to adjust. The gum-colored base, also known as the framework, is usually made of the same resin and fits directly over the gums for a seamless blend. Partial dentures can also have metal frames that attach to your natural teeth or crowns for added stability.   

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You don't have to accept the daily challenges that come from missing teeth. Our high-quality dentures can help restore your ability to chew and speak, so you can stop worrying about missing teeth and start enjoying life again. We can craft custom dentures for a comfortable fit, giving you a new reason to smile. 

You do not have to suffer through the negative side effects of missing teeth. Send us a message online or call our Orland Park, IL, dental office to find out which replacement option is right for you:

(708) 873-9709

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We Prioritize Your Health, Safety, and Comfort Patients Discuss Why They Choose Our Dentists in Orland Park, IL


Esther Mercedes

Orland Park, IL


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I had to get a filling on my LL and was able to see Dr Amy for it! As someone who has dental phobia, she was so patient and gentle with me. It didn’t take long and even the numbing wore off in a timely manner. Great assistant, great doctor, and great environment. Will return :)

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Katie Kwiatkowski

Orland Park, IL


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It took me a long time to find a dentist I’m comfortable with and I trust. Dr. Lagesse is amazing…knowledgeable, friendly, and compassionate. The rest of the staff is wonderful. I cannot recommend this practice enough!

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Why Orland Park Loves Us

Comprehensive Dentistry

It is very important to us to provide comprehensive dental care. It is not uncommon for denture patients to need other procedures to optimize their health, function, and appearance.

Our team includes a general dentist, an endodontist, periodontist, and an orthodontist. This combination means patients who come to us can trust they will receive skilled, specialized treatment. 

Ultramodern Technology

Our Orland Park dental office is outfitted with state-of-the-art technology. In the hands of our skilled dentists, this technology is used to maximum effect.

We create incredibly precise oral imagery at our in-house digital studio, allowing us to create accurate treatment plans. Our technological choices are always made with patient health in mind. For example, we use the lowest exposure X-rays on the market.  

Tooth Loss Is a Common Condition

Reach Out for Dedicated Luxury Care Set Up an Appointment to Learn More About Dentures

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Our patients feel welcome from the first second they enter our comforting waiting area.

Our team strives to make every aspect of the dentures process as seamless as possible. This includes providing a spa-like office designed for patient convenience. Our Orland Park office has ample free parking. Once inside, you will enjoy amenities like our private conference spaces, spacious treatment rooms, tea and coffee bar, and televisions. 

Our commitment to convenience also extends to scheduling. We have an online appointment-setting portal that operates 24/7. Our dentists will also make themselves available for late and weekend appointments if needed. To top it all off, our entire team is known for having a warm, friendly demeanor. To receive the luxurious care you deserve, simply reach out to us

(708) 873-9709

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"Absolutely wonderful staff! Dr. Yamen makes you feel so comfortable and explains everything you need to know about your dental services! I love my smile now! Definitely recommend!" Maribel Medina

Denture Treatment Timeline

Denture treatment at our Orland Park, IL, office requires at least five visits to ensure the prosthesis fits properly. Here are the basic steps to expect during the process.
A skilled lab technician will handcraft your new denture according to your unique anatomy and dentist's specifications. 
A skilled lab technician will handcraft your new denture according to your unique anatomy and dentist's specifications. 

Initial Consultation

During this visit, your dentist performs a comprehensive assessment of your jaw joints, oral soft tissues, and any remaining teeth. Options are discussed in detail and a plan is created.

Preparatory Procedures

Sometimes, preparatory procedures are necessary before a denture can be made. For example, some patients may need to have extractions performed. Others may require periodontal therapy.

Dental Impressions

Next, impressions are taken of your gums and any remaining teeth. These are sent to our Orland Park dental lab so your denture can be custom-crafted to provide a precise fit and natural appearance. Dr. Yamen Akhras and our team work closely with our trusted lab to ensure the denture meets the patient's expectations and standards.

Denture Fabrication

A skilled lab technician handcrafts your new denture according to your unique anatomy and dentist's specifications. Once complete, your appliance is shipped to our office.

Assess the Fit

Finally, your dentist will check the fit and appearance of your dentures to ensure they are working properly. Adjustments are necessary to achieve optimal comfort as you become accustomed to your new appliance.

Upgrading Your Dentures

Many of our Orland Park patients are happy with the quality of life they achieve with removable dentures. However, some desire improved comfort and better stability than traditional dentures can offer. In addition, dentures must be taken in and out daily for cleanings; at some point, many patients want a more permanent option that offers easier care and a more natural-looking feel. In these cases, they may choose to convert to implant-supported dentures for a better quality of life in the long term.

Dental Implant-Supported Options

Dental implants are a popular teeth replacement option with a high success rate. They can support a number of restorations—including full and partial dentures—and will never shift position or slip out of place. In addition to traditional implant-supported dentures, our practice offers the innovative All-on-4 technique, which can support a full denture using just four strategically placed implants. All-on-4 can help patients with bone recession qualify for treatment. We also offer All-on-6 implants for qualifying patients. 


While implants offer a number of lifelong oral health benefits that result in future savings, they do require a higher upfront cost. If you would like to explore your tooth replacement treatment options, call our Orland Park, IL, office and speak to one of our knowledgeable team members.

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Another Benefit of Implants?

They Keep Your Jawbone Healthy and Strong

Dental implants are often considered the gold standard for replacing natural teeth. This is because of one advantage that sets them apart from all other options — their ability to prevent jawbone deterioration.

As we mentioned, tooth loss can lead to changes in your facial appearance. The underlying cause is a weakened jawbone. The roots of your teeth provide stimulation to the jaw. When they are missing, the jaw begins to atrophy. This can lead to problems like shifting teeth, the development of gum disease, and further tooth loss, in addition to facial changes. 

Implants halt that atrophy by filling in for the tooth roots. They even fuse with the jawbone over the course of three to six months, which primes them to provide the most stable support for dentures. At the same time, they safeguard your oral health against significant potential issues and preserve your natural appearance.

Many patients who begin with a removable appliance later move on to an implant-supported version. If you are currently using a removable denture and are interested in exploring your options, we'd love to speak with you. Many patients with long-term tooth loss can receive implants without any preparatory procedures, thanks to the advanced All-on-4 and All-on-6 methods offered by our implant dentist

Our Team Includes 
Yamen Akhras, DDS, MS
A Periodontist and
Implant Specialist

Implant specialist Yamen Akhras

Dental implants are a major investment that provides benefits you can enjoy for a lifetime. Choosing an implant provider you can trust is paramount. Our dentist, Dr. Yamen Akhras, is a periodontist and dental implant specialist. He has traveled extensively throughout North America to study periodontics and implant dentistry, and he makes sure his services stay on the cutting edge of care. 

Nervous About Receiving Implants? We Offer Calming Sedation

Sedation dentistry patient relaxing in the dental chair

Are you leaning towards an implant-supported denture but feeling worried about a painful surgery? There's nothing to fear when you work with us. While implant placement isn't actually much more uncomfortable than having a tooth extracted, we go the extra mile to ensure your comfort by offering multiple forms of sedation.

At Premier Dental & Implant Center, you can choose from oral conscious or intravenous (IV) sedation, both of which bring about feelings of deep relaxation. The stress-reducing effects, coupled with local anesthesia, can ensure a virtually pain-free and worry-free experience.

Dr. Akhras, our periodontist and implant expert, is specially licensed to administer IV sedation. We can also bring in a certified anesthesiologist to administer general anesthesia for more complex procedures, if needed. We can help you determine which option is best for you and incorporate it into your treatment plan.

Explore Your Denture Options Custom-Made Treatment Plans Just for You

Premier Dental & Implant Center provides many options for current and future denture wearers. During an appointment, we can assess your oral health needs and help you make an informed choice.

Write a message to us to discuss which option is best for you, whether it be removable partial dentures, a full set of natural-looking false teeth, or maximally supported implant dentures.

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(708) 873-9709

Making Your Visit a Positive Experience Praise for Our Dentistry Practice in Orland Park 


Rabab Magid

Orland Park, IL


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The best experience ever. I hated dentists all of my life. However, this experience was a positive experience. I'm definitely going to revisit their office and make them my official dentist. Im blessed.

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Debbie Myers

Orland Park, IL


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I have a lot of teeth removed and getting dentures Dr Yamen is a great doctor. And all associates are great also. I will recommend this office to everyone. 5 stars

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Do You Always Need to
Use ​Denture Adhesives? 

Denture adhesives are usually used as temporary solutions when your mouth changes shape and your dentures feel loose. Adhesives should not be a permanent solution to ill-fitting dentures; contact us if your dentures don’t fit properly so our dentists can adjust or replace them as needed.