Overcome tooth loss and smile again with comfortable, modern dentures.
In most cases, yes. Dental insurance will usually cover the cost of your dentures in part or full, depending on your plan. Our team is happy to help you by confirming your insurance benefits. and will answer any questions you may have about your insurance, deductible, and all treatment costs.
All dentures will need to be repaired, refitted, or replaced eventually. However, the lifespan of your denture will depend on how well you care for it. A full set of dentures will typically last 5-8 years, while a partial denture can last 8-10. Be sure to follow the care instructions provided to you by our team to extend the life of your dentures and keep them in the best possible condition.
Implant-retained dentures are more expensive due to the cost of the implants, the surgical procedure needed to place them, and other related treatment fees. The total cost of your implant-retained dentures will depend on your unique case and treatment needs. Our team will provide you with a breakdown of all treatment costs during your visit.
While a considerable investment in your smile and overall oral health, dentures are generally more affordable than dental implants. The total cost of your dentures will depend on your case and the type of dentures you choose, such as full or partial. Our team will discuss all treatment costs and payment options during your visit so you know exactly what to expect.
Yes, we do. We offer sedation options to patients undergoing a variety of treatments and procedures. Our team will do everything possible to make your experience as comfortable and pain-free as possible.
Do you already have an existing pair of dentures? You can still enjoy the benefits of a full-arch implant denture without having a new one fabricated. Our team can place special attachments that will allow you to secure your denture to implants.
It takes a few weeks for your mouth to adjust to your new dentures once you begin wearing them. Your gums will feel tender at first and it will take some time to get used to eating. If you need any remaining teeth pulled prior to receiving your dentures, it will take time for your mouth to heal. Our team will provide you with detailed instructions on how to reduce any discomfort you experience. Should you experience any issues with your dentures, be sure to call our office right away.