Process of Getting Dentures
The process of getting dentures takes place over a few appointments. During your initial consultation, we will discuss your smile goals and determine which prosthetic will work best for you. If you prefer your dentures to be placed directly following your teeth extractions, we offer immediate dentures. Molds for immediate dentures are taken before your natural teeth are extracted, so you won’t be left without teeth for any period of time. If that’s not a concern for you, conventional dentures can be fitted to your mouth once your gums have healed.
Cost of Dentures
The dentures cost ranges depending on the whether they’re full or partial, what materials are used, and the type of placement you choose. Our team will thoroughly discuss your options with you and what each cost before we move forward with any treatment. If you need assistance, we offer in-house payment plans and accept CareCredit® patient financing.
How do I clean my dentures?
After each time you eat, remove your dentures and run water over them to remove any leftover food particles. You should brush your dentures at least once daily with a cleanser specifically for dentures. Do not use toothpaste as it is too abrasive. Additionally, you should soak your dentures in water or a denture solution every night to keep them moist.
Can I eat with dentures?
Dentures can be left in during mealtimes. However, for a short period of time, it may feel a bit strange to eat with a new set of dentures. Remember to take your time when eating and start with softer foods if that feels more comfortable for you.
Do dentures look natural?
Your dentures will be customized to your mouth and are hardly noticeable to the common eye. Missing teeth can cause changes in your facial structure and make your muscles sag. Dentures eliminate this problem by filling out your face as natural teeth would.
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