Published on May 24, 2021, Updated on April 25, 2024

Dentures are a restorative treatment that is a great replacement solution for one tooth or all teeth.

Modern dentures are designed to be comfortable and function similarly to your natural teeth. In addition to these benefits, dentures are a good option when there are financial concerns or when the patient does not undergo any invasive surgery.

Dentures are removable and can get comfortable after the initial adjustment period before you get used to having them in your mouth. We’ll provide you with high-quality dentures that are comfortable and will look similar to your natural teeth.

Our patients love that they can get dentures the same day after getting all their teeth removed and they do not have to go without teeth or smiling.

If you are looking for extractions and same-day dentures, Ask us about Immediate Dentures.

 

Contents: What are Complete Sets? | Partials | Overdenture | Appointment | FAQ

Complete Dentures

Full or  Complete set are removable teeth that replace all your natural teeth either in the upper jaw, lower jaw, or both.

Immediate Dentures: The dentist will extract any of the remaining teeth, and give you dentures that have been made prior to the extraction visit in our office to take home the same day. Patients who chose immediate dentures do not have to go without teeth replacement after extractions. The dentures we offer are designed for comfort and will make you look and feel great.

Denture Partials

Removable Partials are made of an acrylic base that has a color similar to the color of your gums. Depending on the number of missing teeth, partial dentures may or may not have a metal frame. It is designed to replace one or several teeth that have been lost due to periodontitis or other oral health issues. It is also designed to keep the remaining natural teeth from migrating to the spaces left by the missing teeth which can lead to oral health problems in the future.

Overdenture

Overdentures can either be complete or partial dentures attached on top of the remaining teeth or dental implants. Attaching the denture to the remaining teeth in the mouth or dental implants provides added stability and better smile, lifestyle, and confidence.

 

 

Affordable Dentures Near me

Dental Implants help when you have poor bone support.

We know that nothing can be more uncomfortable than having a pair of artificial dentures that do not fit properly. The pain and irritation in the oral cavity can cause added frustration. We take the time to make sure your replacement teeth fit your mouth perfectly and enhance your confidence with a smile that is natural and comfortable. Take note that you may have excess saliva for the first few days as your mouth is still getting used to the new prosthesis. This is a temporary discomfort that will go away after few days. Set an appointment today and get your questions answered about the procedure, Dentures, oral hygiene and health, and more. See what we have to offer for dentures. Cost Dentures.

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Make an appointment to get Dental Prosthesis for a beautiful smile and lifestyle

Give us a call and set up an appointment at our Westerville office to know more about us, and the dentures that we offer. We are happy to assist you in getting the picture-perfect smile you’ve always dreamed of.

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FAQs for False Teeth

How long do you have to wait to get removable dentures after teeth are pulled?

You can get same-day dentures that are made for your mouth. You do not have to go without teeth to get dentures.
If you are getting Dental Implants then we recommend getting Implants done the same day as extractions, so they heal in 4-6 months and you are ready for your Implant bridge or Implant supported dentures.

Should you sleep with dentures in?

We recommend taking your dentures out when you sleep at night to give your gums and soft tissues relief. You'll need to clean and soak your dentures overnight to prevent damage and prolong their life.

Do they put you to sleep for Same Day teeth or Immediate dentures?

This is normally performed with local anesthesia. We do have various sedation options so you won't feel any pain or discomfort.Find out more about our Oral Health Center office.