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Custom Made for Comfort and Quality
When a patient decides to receive dentures as their teeth replacement option, the process to fabricate them is very detailed and intricate so that his or her new teeth are customized to look and feel natural. Since everyone’s oral anatomy is unique, customization of prosthetic teeth is essential for increasing oral function and restoring smiles. From the size of one’s mouth to the shape and thickness of their jaws, dentures must be tailor made.
The process for creating dentures begins with taking pictures, X-rays and impressions (molds) of jaws and any existing teeth. Once this is complete, our dentists will determine the unique measurements of the denture(s). These specifications will then be sent to a dental laboratory where the full or partial denture will be created by skilled technicians.
In the interim, while patients are waiting for their new teeth, they may be given temporary prosthetics to wear. Once the dentures are ready, they will be sent to our office and patients will return for a final fitting, and if there are any issues with the way dentures fit, adjustments will be made.
In addition to being custom made, dentures are crafted from very high quality materials to help lend a natural appearance and improvement to one’s smile. Porcelain is used to mimic lost tooth structure while pink-colored acrylic is used to resemble gum tissue. The pink colored portion of dentures is important for creating a seamless transition from natural gum structure to prosthetics.
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Amazing staff and doctors! Having severe anxiety issues is not good especially when you hear you need extractions. However, they made me feel very calm and relaxed when discussing what needed to be done. They are very welcoming and personable to all patients. I highly recommend them especially those who have severe anxiety.
- Ali Rae
Great job . No pain . Quick. I had my front tooth drilled down the roots. And a temp put on. Very professional. The girl took her time to make sure my new tooth looked how I wanted it to even though it was temporary for 2 weeks. Great experience.
- Kimberly Chambers
The workers are super nice! They make my kids feel very important. They got my son back super quick! They really make my disabled daughter feel special and i love that they speak to her instead of asking me question she can answer on her own. We go there every time for anything we need done for our teeth!
- Jennifer Tippin-Ruhland
Everything was fine! Great friendly staff! My only issue is that my gums were cut with razor sharp floss. Accident of course but the pain does last for quite a bit of time and it is the pain that annoys you. After voicing my pain, the sweet staff lady got me some gel to put on it. That showed that they truly care about there customers. Looking forward to my next visit!
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