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  • ForwardDental - Appleton - Ballard

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    3030 N Ballard Rd

    Appleton

    WI 54911

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  • Smile Line Dentistry - Antioch

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    3220 Lone Tree Way Ste 102

    Antioch

    CA 94509

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  • 6 Day Dental - Allen

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    1205 W McDermott Dr Ste 120

    Allen

    TX 75013

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  • Water Tower Dental Group

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    2231 Michigan Ave

    Arnold

    MO 63010

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  • Master's Hand Dental

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    935 W Exchange Pkwy Ste 300

    Allen

    TX 75013

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  • Bright Now! Dental - Antioch

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    5867 Lone Tree Way Ste F

    Antioch

    CA 94531

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  • Albuquerque Modern Dentistry

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    2800-A Coors Blvd NW

    Albuquerque

    NM 87120

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  • Bright Now! Dental - Arvada

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    7985 B Wadsworth Blvd

    Arvada

    CO 80003

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  • Arlington Cosmetic Dental Group

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    1731 Claredon Blvd

    Arlington

    VA 22209

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  • Bright Now! Dental - Anaheim

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    150 N State College Blvd

    Anaheim

    CA 92806

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Frequently asked questions

What is the average cost of full dentures?

The price of full dentures depends mainly on the quality of materials the dentures are made of. The interim prostheses are the cheapest option. Note, however, that they are made only for temporary use. The cost of a permanent replacement varies from $1,000 to $3,500, with an average of $1,800 for both arches.

Is it possible to get dentures in one day?

Dentures in one day are often made when a patient suddenly needs a teeth replacement if the previous one broke, or if they are awaiting other types of restorations. To get same-day dentures, contact us, and we will provide you with information about the best offices near you. Remember that same-day and immediate dentures are two different types of replacement.

How can I find partial dentures specialists?

There are many great partial dentures specialists. Use the Authority Dental matching service, and we will help you find the one in a convenient location that accepts your insurance and won’t break your budget. All doctors in our database are thoroughly checked for their experience, patients’ reviews, and service quality.

What additional procedures are recommended by dentists when wearing dentures?

Dentists will remind you that dentures have to fit properly in order to not harm your mouth. During the healing stage, you may need a soft reline. In this procedure, a temporary soft liner is placed inside the prosthesis to improve its fit. Hard reline is performed to adjust the existing dentures. The hard plastic base is exchanged for a new, acrylic version. Denture adjustments are necessary for keeping your prosthesis fitting tightly and comfortably for a long time. Remember to also have regular follow-ups where your dentist will check the condition of your mouth and dentures.

What types of dentures are recommended by dentists?

There are many kinds of dentures available. Each one is suited for different needs. Traditional full dentures replace all of your teeth, while partial dentures are designed to fill gaps in your natural dentition. You can choose from flexible, implant-supported, or snap-on dentures. Your dentist will help you decide which option best suits your needs.

Who is considered a good candidate for dentures?

The best candidate for dentures is a person who’s missing at least two (but usually more) teeth, yet has healthy gums and a healthy jawbone. These structures are crucial for safely and comfortably supporting the prosthesis. For this reason, people who have suffered from gum disease or oral cancer may need a longer treatment before getting dentures.

Do dentists accept dental insurance for dentures?

Yes, you can use your insurance while paying for dentures. Most providers cover up to 50% of the price. However, you need to take into account the other dental expenses that you already had or plan to have in the same year. Dentures cost up to a couple thousand dollars, so you can easily max out your annual cap. If you have already used your benefits, your insurance will usually cover only a small percentage of the bill.

How long does it take to get dentures?

How fast you can get dentures depends on the number of extractions that have to be done and your chosen type of prosthesis. Healing after pulling teeth can take 6-8 weeks. After making impressions, be prepared to wait another month or two, before having the final version of your new teeth. If spending a couple of months without teeth doesn’t sound appealing to you, dentists recommend getting temporary immediate dentures.

What materials do dentists use to make dentures?

The framework of dentures is made of metal, such as stainless steel or cobalt chrome. The base can be made of gum-colored acrylic resin or more sturdy chrome cobalt metal. If choosing more flexible dentures, you will get a base from thermoplastic materials, most often nylon or valplast. The fake teeth themselves are made either from acrylic resin or porcelain.

What kind of dentures problems can dentists solve?

Getting used to wearing dentures can take time and practice. However, some problems should be consulted with a specialist. If you feel severe discomfort or the prosthesis is hurting the interior of your mouth, it needs to be adjusted. Ill-fitting dentures can lead to various infections. See a dentist as soon as you notice signs of inflammation or red bumps around your dentures.

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