Dentures in Centerton

If you’re missing teeth, you might also find yourself missing out on some of the joys of life. Speaking with ease, smiling comfortably, and eating your favorite foods all become more difficult when our natural teeth are missing. Dr. McCord and the Mint Dental Care team provide our patients with comfortable and affordable dentures in Centerton to help them regain confidence in their smile.

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Types of Dentures

Advancements in materials have given us dentures that look more natural and fit more comfortably than ever before. Depending on your needs. Dr. McCord can fit you for full or partial dentures to replace your missing teeth.

Full Dentures

Patients missing most or all teeth – in a single arch or in their entire mouth – benefit most from a set of full dentures. The term “full dentures” doesn’t necessarily refer to both upper and lower arches if you only need one arch. It just means that we’re replacing all the teeth in that arch. With full dentures, a gum-colored plate or U-shaped appliance holds the false teeth in place and fits snugly over your gums.

Partial Dentures

If you’re missing a few teeth, or have natural teeth remaining in between your missing teeth, partial dentures may be for you. Also known as removable partial bridges, partial dentures only have false teeth where you need them. Where your natural teeth remain, the appliance has an opening. Just like full dentures, the base is gum-colored to help it look more natural.

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Dentures FAQs

Do dentures look natural?

Yes! Whether they’re full or partial, your dentures will be custom designed for your smile and will blend in flawlessly. Dentures consist of a gum-like acrylic base and false teeth, both of which can be matched to your natural gumline and tooth shade.

How long do dentures last?

With proper care, dentures can last up to 15 years. Over time, our mouths change and your dentures may need minor adjustments throughout their lifespan. Ensure you’re bringing them to each professional cleaning so our team can inspect them every 6 months.

Can I eat with dentures?

Yes! Dentures are intended to restore your smile’s functionality and eating is one of its main jobs. It is important to remove and brush your dentures after each time you eat to rid them of any leftover food particles that harbor bacteria.

How Much Do Dentures Cost?

We never start your treatment before going over your expected costs. The cost of your dentures will depend on the kind of dentures you need and the amount of prep work your mouth requires before we can fit you for them. Dr. McCord will go over all of this at your dentures consultation. This is when we’ll also discuss your estimated costs and out-of-pocket expenses, what we think insurance will cover if you have dental insurance, and your options for paying for your portion. If you have any questions about your financial options, don’t hesitate to ask. We want to make sure you get the care you need and deserve while respecting your budget.

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