FAQS

A consultation is your initial visit. First we do a thorough intraoral examination, review your general health history including any medications you take, and make digital radiographs of your teeth and jaws.

Then we discuss your goals and what you want us to accomplish for you. With this information we formulate a detailed treatment plan to accomplish your goals. If more than one treatment option is possible we formulate treatment plans for each option.

We present and explain these options to you in detail including the exact cost of each option. After you decide which option best suits your needs and desires our staff will discuss payment options.

Just give us a call and we will make an appointment as soon as possible. There is no charge for your consultation or radiographs.

A denture is a plastic set of man-made teeth made of acrylic that rest on the soft and hard tissues of the mouth after the teeth have been extracted.

Immediately! You will have temporary (healing) dentures placed immediately after teeth are extracted.

Ice or anything that would break a healthy natural tooth.

Immediate dentures are used when extracting teeth and placing a denture in the same visit. An immediate denture is temporary and is worn only while the jaw is healing, then a final denture is fabricated.

A replacement denture is a new set of dentures for a patient already wearing dentures who have lost or worn out there dentures or who hast lost supporting bone to the point that their denture doesn’t fit anymore.

It is a dental prosthesis for someone who is missing some but not all of their natural teeth.

Yes! Unless you have used super glue or an over-the-counter repair kit. It is very difficult to approximate the pieces or teeth of a broken denture together precisely. Once they are glued incorrectly residual glue will make an accurate repair impossible.

It depends on why they are loose. Options might include relining the dentures, replacing the the dentures or supporting the dentures with dental implants. To find out what options are possible a consultation and exam will be necessary.

When one or more but not all teeth are extracted, they can be replaced with full dentures, a partial denture or an implant supported crown.

On average you will need a new xray every two years. If you have known rapidly advancing disease it might be more often. To be able to diagnose and treat properly it is necessary to see what’s happening under the tissue and bone.

Dentures that are held in place by dental implants.