Our Denturists are professionals
We want to be the best and that means going above and beyond in our client care while providing you with the best products and treatments available. This is what we take pride in! We offer the most advanced services and treatments available to date and we have been trained extensively in the art of denture fabrication.
A consultation helps you find the right denturist and the right denture services to meet your needs and expectations. During a consultation, our denturist can tell you more about the high-quality services and advanced technology we offer. If you decide to become one of our patients, we provide a new patient examination to establish your dental needs and how we can improve your oral health.
After your initial consultation, the denturist will recommend a specific treatment plan for you based on your oral condition and your expected outcomes. There will be alternate treatment plans provided if for some reason you cannot proceed with the recommended treatment, such as financial or medical reasons.
The appearance and health of your smile are important for your self-esteem and overall health. We want to help our patients make choices that work for them, and we will present all of your options as part of planning your treatment.
Comprehensive New Patient Exam
As a new patient, you receive a comprehensive exam so we can establish your current oral health, dental needs, and cosmetic dental goals. From this foundation, we can provide the dentistry that will be the most effective for you.
This exam gives the denturist a complete picture of your dental and overall health. The exam lets the denturist better understand your oral health status, and what treatments may or may not be effective for you. We believe in providing individualized care, and we base all aspects of your treatment on your personal goals and your health.
Complete & Partial Dentures
What are partial dentures and why might they be the dental solution for you? A partial denture is as the name implies; dentures that are made to replace missing teeth in an arch. While complete dentures are required when there are no natural teeth left, a partial can fill in the spaces between the remaining teeth.
When a person is missing teeth, it’s not only their physical appearance that’s affected but their self-confidence and ability to function. With dentures, either partial or complete, an individual’s self-confidence is often restored, their ability to speak, chew and digest their food improved. If missing teeth leave you feeling embarrassed by your appearance or are affecting your ability to function normally, partial dentures could be the dental solution you need to get back to looking and feeling your best.
Dentures Do More than Maintain the Look of Your Smile
While it’s obvious that dentures serve an important cosmetic purpose, not everyone knows that dentures are also required to prevent other teeth from shifting in the mouth and to maintain facial tissues. With more space, teeth can change their position and become crooked, making it more difficult to clean them properly, damaging facial tissue, and putting you at greater risk for other dental problems in the future.
To learn more about dentures and whether a partial set could be the solution for you, contact us to schedule an appointment with one of our denturists
The preferred method of tooth replacement is the dental implant, due to its unparalleled stability and long-term patient satisfaction. Implants are truly a cut above conventional denture treatments, and many patients who have chosen this option report they are happy and comfortable for the first time since the loss of their natural teeth.
• Improved oral health, ability to eat, appearance, and self-esteem
• Increased denture comfort and stability
• Prevention of further bone loss by stimulating current bone/root system
• Reduced shrinkage of tissue, ensuring long-term fit
• Maintains the integrity of your facial structure, minimizing the effects of aging and helping you look younger
A variety of implant options are available, and fall under two main categories:
Implant Supported Dentures: Higher stability than implant-retained, and stronger bite force. This category includes the new and revolutionary Permanent Teeth-in-a-Day procedure.
Implant Retained Dentures: Provide stability and support through both implant and tissue in mouth.