Are you or a loved one experiencing poorly fitting, loose, or broken dentures? Our experienced mobile dental team can travel to you to help restore a healthy mouth and a confident smile.

Why Choose Dentures

Why Choose Dentures

Dentures or “plates” provide a cost effective solution to replace missing teeth. They look similar to natural teeth and can improve chewing and nutrition. Newer technologies make modern day dentures highly polished, stronger and more life like. Why not call us today to discuss if a denture is right for you?


Who Needs Dentures?

A patient may need dentures if they have lost some or all of their natural teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury or accident, or tooth decay. If dentures are over 5 years old, they can often become stained, worn and rough attracting and holding food. New dentures are smoother, look better and well fitting compared to older dentures.

Who needs dentures?

What is the Process?

How Are Dentures Done?

First, a thorough assessment is performed to ensure the patient is a proper candidate for dentures. Once a patient is confirmed to be a good candidate for dentures, impressions of the client’s mouth are taken.

Dentures are custom-made in a dental laboratory using impressions from the client’s mouth. The process typically takes several weeks from start to finish and involves several appointments.


Benefits of Dentures

Dentures are designed to function and look just like natural teeth. They can restore a healthy mouth, increase a patient’s confidence, and ensure the patient can eat a healthy, balanced diet.

Benefits of Dentures
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New dentures will likely feel strange at first and take some time to get used to. The muscles of the tongue and cheek will learn to adjust. Eating and speaking may be especially challenging at first, but most individuals adjust to dentures within a month or so. If you are experiencing excessive irritation, it is important to contact your dentist.

The longevity of dentures depends on a variety of factors, especially how well they are maintained. Annual visits (at the least) are recommended for monitoring dentures. With proper care, dentures can last from 5 to 10 years (and up to 15 years in some cases).

Dentures should be brushed every day to remove food debris and prevent plaque. A general rule of thumb is to brush, soak, and brush again. Soaking assists in the removal of debris.

Do not brush the surface of dentures too aggressively as it can create grooves in the surface of the dentures. It is also important to use a soft-bristled toothbrush and avoid letting dentures getting left to dry out.

Hot water should not be used to soak dentures as it can cause them to warp and lose their shape. It is recommended to soak dentures in plain water or a soaking solution intended specifically for dentures.

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