Modern Dentures Can Give You the Healthy-Looking Beautiful Smile You Want!

Dentures today have come a long way! Older dentures were made from porcelain or plastic materials while today’s dentures are typically made from a hard resin material. Dentures of the past used to break easily, but today’s dentures allow us to make more durable dentures thanks to advancing denture technology. With proper care, you can wear your dentures for about... read more »

There Are Many Good Reasons to Wear Dentures Today!

As you age and your oral health declines, you may start to have problems with teeth and gums that result in tooth loss. The good news is, dentures can restore your smile’s function and appearance so you can talk, chew, and eat normally again. Even better, today’s dentures are nothing like their early counterparts. Dentures are a practical and affordable... read more »

Implant-Supported Dentures Can Give You the Beautiful Smile You Have Always Wanted

Dentures are excellent solutions to replacing multiple lost teeth as they can restore your smile back to full function. Providing the most stability for dentures may be accomplished by wearing implant-supported dentures for long-lasting results. Unlike traditional dentures, they are anchored by dental implants in your jaw bone. This gives you unparalleled stability and avoids the worry that your dentures... read more »

Dental Technology & Techniques: Modern Dentures vs. Dentures in the Past

We are pleased to offer quality, custom dentures for our patients needing to replace lost teeth, and even more happy that we can create them right here in our office! Our dentures are designed to fit comfortably and look natural so you can smile without feeling self-conscious. We can also reline and repair them on-site so you always have the... read more »

What Are Some Signs That Your Dentures Need an Adjustment to Fit Well Again?

When you first start wearing dentures, it will feel strange having them in your mouth. Initial soreness and problems with talking and chewing is common in the beginning. Eventually, they will feel so comfortable that you won’t even notice them anymore. So if you notice that your dentures are suddenly not fitting well they should be looked at. This discomfort... read more »