What I Would Look For In A Denture If I Were Missing Teeth
By New Teeth Dental Solutions
October 11, 2016
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There are many factors that come into play when selecting a denture.

I would look for experience and a caring staff. A great denture is very personal and requires a team that understands that this is not like buying a pair of shoes. They don’t come off a rack and one size definitely doesn’t fit all! Unfortunately there are chains that promote dentures in that sort of a manner.

Price is a factor as well. A discount denture does not allow the doctor and staff to spend as much time as is often needed for a quality result.

When all is said and done, a quality denture is like a tailor-made suit. It takes care, time and experience to assure a beautiful result.

We work with our patients from the beginning of the denture to well after completion. This technique gives us a thorough understanding of the needs of each patient. Moreover, we insist on using only the finest quality dental materials available.

If I were searching for a dentist to make my denture I would want them to produce a denture that fits and functions properly, reduces soreness and maximizes performance.

We handcraft each patient’s denture, taking special note of even the smallest cosmetic detail including the bite, the shape of the mouth and even hair, skin and eye coloring. After years of creating dentures, we’ve have gained invaluable experience, giving us a thorough understanding of the process of making a quality denture.

Many people have just learned to live with their denture problems by smiling less, putting their hands over their mouths when they speak or eating foods that are softer (and often less nourishing).

We strive to correct those problems with the way we create a denture and treat our patients. Everyone deserves a great smile and the ability to enjoy a good meal. Today there are alternatives for denture wearers who have experienced a lack of self-confidence in social situations or have suffered nutritionally due to ill-fitting dentures.

While these problems will even occur with well-made dentures, dentures that don’t fit properly can intensify them.

“Our goal is to provide our patients with the finest quality of care as comfortable and pain-free as possible. We simply treat people how they want to be treated,” says Dr. Elliott. “We take the time to provide each and every patient with the proper self-care instructions to make sure they achieve long-term, successful results after treatment is completed.”

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